Exactly. If one doesn't rotate, then either the front or rear (depending on vehicle) will wear faster, leading to 2 tires with no tread & 2 tires with (much) more tread. Not to mention a vehicle that is overloaded, tires under or over inflated, suspension out of whack, etc. I've seen my fair share of tires on vehicles that were never rotated & there is no way I'd ever not rotate them.skinny2 wrote:It simply can make them wear more evenly which can extend their lives.
Experts? Is weed involved?There are quite a few experts that really don't find much value in rotating tires.
Unless:Spending $15 a pop to rotate can add up quickly.