Do you want to guarantee your tires get covered under warranty? Start with regular tire rotations. With our Ford dealership, you’ll keep your Ford F-150 model running smoothly and safely on the road. Learn more about tire services or stop by Griffin Ford Fort Atkinson near Janesville for an inspection.

When it comes to your tires, you’ll find that many include one or more warranties, like a workmanship and material guarantee. This plan typically lasts for four to six years. It covers your tires until a specified amount of tread remains.

A second one is called a ride uniformity warranty. Now, this only relates to defects related to ride quality, so you’ll rarely use it, and it’s only good for the first year. Lastly, some tire manufacturers offer a road hazard warranty, which may cover the cost of a new tire. To take advantage of any guarantee, you’ll need:

  1. Your receipt from the tire purchase
  2. Proof of regular tire rotations

So, how often do you need a tire rotation? First, check your Ford F-150 manufacturer manual for specific instructions. Although it typically is about every 5000 miles, so just around the time you’d need an oil change. When you get your tires rotated, a service technician chooses a specific pattern to ensure even wear.

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Your service technicians will choose from one of five different types of rotations. To determine which one is needed, your techs will decide if your tires or directional or non-directional. Then, they’ll consider if it’s All-wheel-drive, front or rear-wheel-drive or four-wheel-drive. Plus, if you have a full-size spare tire, then we’ll need to get that in the rotation as well.

Learn more about the tire services available at Griffin Ford Fort Atkinson by stopping by or scheduling your appointment online.