How Often Should You Rotate Your Mazda Tires
There are many things that you have to do to keep your Mazda running its best and you probably wouldn’t think of it, but rotating your Mazda tires is one of them. The easiest way to remember how often you should rotate your Mazda tires is to do it when you get an oil change. Depending on which new or used Mazda you drive, the oil change interval and tire rotation schedule are right around the same so it’s easy to remember. Most tire brands suggest rotating your tires between 6,000 and 8,000 miles but be sure to check with the manufacturer for the correct mileage.
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Why You Have To Rotate Your Mazda Tires
Rotating the tires on your Mazda will help them wear evenly so they can last longer. When the tires on your new or used Mazda last longer, you save money on replacing them so figure out a schedule for rotating your tires and stick to it and you’ll get the most miles out of your tires.
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Rotating your Mazda tires is just one of many vehicle maintenance procedures you must have performed on your new or used car in order to keep it performing the way it should and to get the most miles out of your car. Keeping up with regular scheduled maintenance such as rotating your Mazda tires will help you save money in the long run and keep the cost of owning your Mazda down.
Stop into Matt Castrucci Mazda or schedule an appointment online to have the tires rotated on your Mazda. While you’re here you can also get a Mazda oil change and have some routine maintenance performed by our professional service staff.