Your Mercedes-Benz Sprinter Van works hard every day to help your business operate smoothly, getting you around Newport Beach and Irvine with efficiency and power. The Sprinter tires work extra hard as the sole point of contact with the roads in Orange County. Eventually, this causes normal wear and tear that is manageable with regular Mercedes-Benz Sprinter Van tire rotations. Learn more about this essential service with the Fletcher Jones Van Center, below.
The Sprinter Van is offered with two drivetrain options: standard rear-wheel drive or available four-wheel drive. Depending on your drivetrain, the answer for how often to rotate tires is a little different.
Keep in mind that your personal driving habits in Corona Del Mar can also affect how often you need to rotate your tires. The Sprinter Van is a popular commercial vehicle for Costa Mesa businesses, meaning high-mileage driving and heavyweight hauling are expected. The Sprinter is also a popular model for camping conversions, which likely means it’s being driven on rough, unpaved roads. In any of these scenarios, the Sprinter tires are subject to more wear and will likely need to be rotated more frequently.
When rotating your Sprinter tires, it’s important to follow the proper tire rotation pattern in order to get the full benefits offered by tire rotation. The following rotation pattern is recommended for vehicles with RWD or 4WD:
Is rotating your Sprinter tires really worth it? Huntington Beach drivers asking this question should consider these prominent benefits of regular tire rotation:
The Fletcher Jones Van Center in Costa Mesa makes it easy to keep up with Sprinter tire service. Our state-of-the-art service center provides fast, affordable service for Orange County drivers — reserve an appointment online to get started, and contact us if you have any additional questions.