Maintaining your vehicle’s tires is a regular process. But do you know how often you should be replacing them? Here at Lilliston Chrysler Dodge Jeep® RAM in Millville, NJ, also supporting the Bridgeton and Vineland areas, our service professionals can provide you advice and estimates for any tire service you may need. Below is a tire timeline for your new or used RAM or Dodge vehicle.
When to get new tires, and other maintenance timelines
The point when you need new tires depends on a number of environmental factors. These include how old they are, how many miles your car has, the climate you live in, the types of roads you drive on, and even your driving habits.
While there is no “magic number” to the question of the how long your Dodge car tires last, experts suggest keeping five years in mind. At this point, you may not need new tires, but it’s the perfect time to ask. Bringing in your Dodge model or Jeep SUV to our service center is a good idea if your tires have reached this age.
Tires will almost never last longer than ten years.
The following common maintenance timelines refer to the average car, SUV, and truck tire; they’re not necessarily meant for very large truck tires, for instance.
- Tire pressure: check once a month and always before a road trip.
- Rotation: every 6,000-8,000 miles, unless your manual specifies otherwise.
- Alignment: if you’ve been in a fender bender or have hit something. Or, if tires are not wearing down evenly.
If you have further questions about your tires, visit your local Jeep dealers in Millville today. Our experienced specialists are available six days a week to assist you with all the service needs of your Chrysler car or RAM truck.