When does my Honda Civic need a tire rotation? 

By Product Expert | Posted in Honda Civic, Tips, Vehicle Service on Tuesday, February 19th, 2019 at 3:06 pm
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Tire care is a big part of being a car owner. There are several different things you need to do to keep your tires healthy. One of those is getting them rotated. As a Honda Civic owner, you want to make sure that your sporty car is taken care of. Tires are some of the most vulnerable parts of your car, so you should do everything you can to keep them in good shape. A tire rotation is one of the most rudimentary services to have done to your Civic, and we recommend getting your tires rotated once every six months or 6,000-8,000 miles. Keep reading to learn more about tire services at Matt Castrucci Honda. 


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Why is a tire rotation important? 

Since your tires are made of rubber and constantly exposed to the elements, they are subject to wear and tear more than most parts of your car. To manage this wear, you need to get your tires rotated. When our technicians rotate your tires, they are placing the tires on different spots on the axle. This helps to ensure that each tire will wear down evenly. Uneven wear is a leading cause of premature tire popping and replacement. Get your tires rotated regularly! 


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The experts in our service center can handle anything you need them to. While our salespeople can tell you about any and all features available on the 2019 Civic, our mechanics can fix anything that goes wrong. Schedule your next service with us and we promise to deliver with hard, honest work and you will leave satisfied. 


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