How does the math on this work out? For well made tires can we optimistically assume 50,000 miles? On a 5,000 mile rotation schedule, that is 10 rotations or $300. Will a new set of tires cost $600, installed and balanced? If so, then 50% of that is around the $300 you spent on tire rotations. Will they really extend the life of your tires by that much? I seriously doubt it.Valdemar wrote:^^^ OT but I think $30 for tire rotation is actually reasonable. .
I'd love to hear from those who have driven far enough to be able to supply real numbers.