How often should I rotate my tires?

I just bought a new set of tires for my Jeep Wrangler, and I want to make sure they have even wear. How often should I rotate the tires on my Wrangler?

Rotating your tires is an important part of your basic maintenance schedule. When you regularly rotate your tires, they can wear evenly, last longer, and maintain the maximum amount of traction.
When to rotate them is entirely dependent on your mileage. Generally speaking, you should rotate your tires every 5,000 to 10,000 miles. Think about it as getting your tires rotated every or every other time that you get an oil change.
By rotating your tires regularly, you can make sure that your Jeep Wrangler drives smoothly and safely. However, you shouldn’t let your safety end there. Make sure you have the right car insurance policy to protect you on the road. With the Jerry app, you can compare quotes from up to 50 insurers in just minutes to get the best prices on a policy for you.
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Answered on Nov 04, 2021
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