do you just "rotate" front to rear? are the driveshafts of unequal
length? if so, its typical for the shorter shaft to wear tires quicker
due to slightly greater torque loading. that will be exaggerated if you
just rotate front to rear. on your rotation, the way to get around this
is to rotate left front to right rear [etc] and left rear to left front
[etc] - that way, each tire gets a shake in the high wear position.
A: If you've been checking your COLD pressure with the right-hand side
of the car sitting in the sun, the tires on one side may have given you
incorrect readings consistently, so you'd be underinflating them all
along and not knowing it? That's easy to fix.
B: You carry a passenger who is morbidly obese? Not so easy.
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