Tires rotate all the time as they roll down the road. But that doesn't mean "twisting" them. Rotating a tire means moving it from one wheel to another and from left to right or from back to front or even diagonally.
Why rotate? Because they tend to wear unevenly. The front wears out on the outer edges because the tires tilt when turning. The back just follows the front, so it's usually more even. If you leave the tire in place, the outer edge of the front tire will wear out faster than the rest. You have to turn it thousands of miles faster. You can search for a tire spinner near me in your browser's search box to rotate the tires of your car.
Unbalanced or poor alignment tires can also cause uneven wear. Cover tires protect them from uneven wear. This will make your trip smoother and your driving safer. And extend the life of your tires, saving you time and money in the long run.
There are 3 important things that must happen when turning the hoop:
1. Each wheel is removed from your car or truck and moved to a different location.
2. Air pressure should be checked and adjusted if necessary
3. Brakes should be checked when off and easy to see and reach.
Flipping your car tires – periodically changing their position on the vehicle from front to back and/or side to side – has benefits. Rotating the tires maintains a balanced ride and helps maintain traction. This is especially important when the road is slippery due to rain or snow.
Tire shops will often spin your tires for free if you buy them there. (This is a courtesy offered in the hope that you will come back to them when you need new tires.)