1. Tire Rotation
Rotating tires, along with having the air pressure checked and adjusted as necessary, will make your ride smoother, handling safer and help extend the life of your tires, saving you time and money in the long run.
Rotating your tires at regular intervals allows the tires to serve in both front and rear positions which keeps them from wearing unevenly. The front tires tend to wear on the outside edges because the tire leans over when you turn. The rear tires just follow the fronts, so they usually wear more evenly. When tires wear unevenly, it can cause increased road noise and vibrations most commonly noticed in the steering wheel.
Since the wheels need to be removed to rotate the tires, this gives us the opportunity to inspect the undercarriage components and catch any issues with worn mechanical parts that could cause alignment problems.