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When it comes to routine maintenance for your Audi vehicle, most drivers know that they should have their oil changed, their brakes inspected, and their battery looked at. What many forget, is that their tires need to be service often as well.

While northern drivers have their vehicles switched over from winter to summer tires, thankfully us Texas drivers don't have to worry about it. That being said, you should have your tires rotated at every oil change and thoroughly inspected to ensure that they are in good condition.

Why Do I Need To Rotate My Tires?

While it would seem like every tire on your Audi car or SUV would wear the same, this is unfortunately not the case. Depending on how you drive, what type of roads you frequent, and how often you're in stop and go traffic, each tire will wear differently. For example, if you tend to turn on a larger number of right corners, then your right-side tires will wear down more than your left ones. In order to ensure that your tires all wear at the same rate, you'll want to have them rotated to accomplish even wear.

Why Is It Important To Have My Tires Wear Evenly?

It's inevitable: over time you'll have to have your tires replaced. New tires can be quite expensive, and you have to buy them in a set of four. If one of your tires is worn to the point that it needs to be replaced before it becomes dangerous, you'll have to pay money to replace all four much sooner than you would have if you had rotated them. Tire rotations aren't expensive and will help save you money in the long run.

Where Can I Have My Tires Rotated?

Our Audi Sugar Land service center would love to help you keep your tires fresh and like-new. Feel free to schedule an appointment or add your Audi tire rotation onto your next oil change.

Categories: Service, Parts