Moving one of your tires from one axle to another or simply changing sides will result in more even tread wear, as well as better grip and increased life.
On a front-drive vehicle, it's the front tires that wear faster because they support braking, changes of direction and the weight of the engine, while the rear tires only undergo braking.
On a rear wheel drive vehicle, it is the rear tires that wear out more quickly because they support braking and traction, while the front tires only undergo changes in direction and braking.
On a 4 wheel drive vehicle, it is preferable to opt for a diagonal-type permutation. In this case, the tires of one axle are laid on the side of the other axle.
On a vehicle where the tire sizes are different between the front and the rear, you must change the tires on the same axle.
If your tires have a unidirectional profile (the tread has a distinctive rolling direction), the rotation must be only lateral, i.e. the front tires switch to the rear and vice versa.
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