In case you are not ready to get into a new set of tires right now, here are some tips for you to get you through until it is time to replace them...
If you want to maximize the treadwear you get from your tires, get the best possible fuel economy, and ensure your car handles as well as it possibly can, you should rotate your tires.
In most cases, your tires should be rotated every 3000 to 7000 miles, depending on the type of tire and the type of car. To find the exact recommended mileage, consult your owner’s manual to find your manufacturer’s suggested interval. You can also talk to one of the service advisors at the Lexus of Las Vegas Service Department, who has all the information you need about your Lexus.
The rotation pattern is typically front to back and side to side; however, there are some special considerations to bear in mind. Most modern rear-wheel drive performance cars, such as the Lexus LC and RC F, run larger tires on the back than the front. If this is the case for your car, you’ll need to switch the tires from side to side, rather than front to back and side-to-side.
Another special consideration is unidirectional tires. Many modern tires are designed to roll in one specific direction to achieve their best traction and water dispersal. If this is the case for your car, your tires will have to be removed from their wheels and remounted as part of the rotation process so they can continue to roll in the proper direction in their new position.