Authentic road trips rely on a creased map stashed in the glove box or seat pocket. GPS navigation is a helpful accessory--like training wheels, or those gutter guards in bowling--but there’s something comforting about holding a hard copy.
You can write on it, spill coffee on it, and it never needs a software update.
Rotating tires regularly and correctly helps even out tread wear and extends tire life, saving money and keeping you safer on the road. But how often should you rotate?
“Tire rotation is a critical part of tire maintenance,” said Dan Zielinski, Senior Vice-President of Public Affairs at Rubber Manufacturers Association. “Tires will wear differently at each wheel position.”