How often should I rotate the tires on my Lincoln?

Tires should be rotated every 7,000–10,000 miles or as recommended in your Owner's Manual.

Rotating a vehicle's tires is standard maintenance practice. It allows the tires to wear more evenly, promoting tire performance and longer life. Without rotating the tires, either the front or rear set of tires (depending on the drivetrain) can wear faster than the opposite pair.

Why are tire rotations important?

Tire rotations:

  • Extend tire life and the time between new tire purchases.
  • Can maintain your vehicle’s handling and traction abilities, especially in inclement weather.

Contact your Lincoln Retailer to schedule an appointment or if you have any questions about tire rotations.

Additional Information

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