Bringing your Cadillac for regular tire rotation at our Cadillac service center in Seaside will provide the tires with longer life and allow them to wear evenly. Your car will ride smoothly and handle better. The front and rear tires have different jobs and wear at different rates. The front tires on front-wheel-drive vehicles that don’t rotate the tires regularly will wear out more quickly than the rear tires. This can cause the car to lose control on wet, icy and slippery roads.
Your Cadillac’s tires should be rotated at 7,500-mile intervals to prevent them from wearing unevenly. Check your owner’s manual for more information on tire-rotation for your Cadillac. If you can’t locate the manual, contact CardinaleWay GMC Seaside’s Cadillac service center near Watsonville. We’re glad to help.
It’s important to rotate your Cadillac’s tires according to the correct tire-rotation pattern for the vehicle you drive. It will help keep the tires from failing, so you’ll be less likely to experience a flat or a blowout.
When you rotate your Cadillac’s tires regularly at the CardinaleWay GMC Seaside Service Center, it will prevent them from developing a number of conditions, including cupping. Cupped tires create noise and vibration in the cabin. Another point to consider: Some tire manufacturer’s stipulate that failing to rotate the tires at regular intervals will void the warranty.