Learn about tire rotation and alignment on the Certified Service site to help prevent uneven tire wear.



Watch a video and find out why you should get your tires rotated.

Why should I rotate my tires?

Each tire performs different tasks (such as steering in front- versus rear-wheel drive), therefore tires wear at different rates. Tires should be rotated every 8,000-13,000 kilometres to achieve a uniform wear for all tires.

It’s important to rotate your tires according to the correct tire-rotation pattern. Doing so will prolong the life of your tires and reduce the risk of sudden tire failure. See the Maintenance Schedule section in your Owner’s Manual for additional information about your specific vehicle.



Front Wheel

Pattern for front-wheel drive with same size front and rear nondirectional tires.

Tire rotation pattern for front-wheel drive vehicles.


Pattern for all-wheel/4-wheel/rear-wheel drive vehicles with same size front and rear nondirectional tires.

Tire rotation patterns for all-wheel, 4-wheel, and rear-wheel drive vehicles.

Different Size Tires

Pattern for different size tires on the front and rear and nondirectional tires.

Tire rotation patterns for vehicles with different size tires.

If your vehicle has a Tire Pressure Monitoring System, it will need to be reset after each tire rotation. See your Owner’s Manual for details. Or, read more about tire pressure.

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