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Our 2007 AWD Edge has 25000 miles on it. We

Our 2007 AWD Edge has 25000 miles on it. We brought it in for a routine service. The dealership called and said our rear tires are extremely worn down on the inside. He said this is due to lack of rotation every 500 miles or an alignment issue. the damn thing is a grocery getter, we don't use it for anything- no towing, off-roading, etc. Does this sound legit?

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Every 500 miles, no, if you meant 5000 then yes, but if the inside is extremely worn down that sounds more like an alignment issue. If it was just a rotation issue, then the front tires would most likely be the ones worn down the most, but they should still be evenly worn across the tread. Also, i wouldnt take it to the dealership unless you just want to spend more than you have to, ask around, find a reputable shop, anything but the dealerships.

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