To improve the life and longevity of your tires, there are several maintenance tasks to do. This will not only help with the condition they are in, but also help you to notice when issues might start to form with it. You will want to follow the regular routine maintenance for the tires. You can check this in the owner’s manual for the vehicle. Having the tires rotated will benefit how long they can be in use. Ideally, every 5,000 to 8,000 miles the tires should be rotated. This will help to provide the most uniform wear to the tires. If you start to notice uneven wear, the tires may be out of alignment, balance, or in need of a rotation. No matter what issue you notice, always make sure to contact us for an inspection.

Improve the Weight for the vehicle

To help prolong the life of the tires, reducing the weight of the car will help. Do not overload your vehicle or use it as a storage unit. This will cause extra weight to the tires that will shorten their life. There also will be an increase in fuel usage because the vehicle needs to work harder. You can check the owner’s manual to see what the recommended maximum weight load should be for your vehicle and tires.


As you drive, prolong the life of the tires by reducing any damaged road conditions. Avoid potholes, debris on the road, or object that could do damage to your tires. These hazards will reduce the longevity of your tires. Also reduce the need to do fast starts or fast stops. This can cause extra strain and stress on the tires as well. If you do hit something, even a curb, it is best to bring the vehicle in so we can inspect the tires for you. This way you can have the tires in the best condition, and enjoy a reliable ride on the road.