How Many Times Does a Tire Rotate in a Mile?

March 30th, 2018 by

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The tires on your vehicle work hard every day to get you where you need to go in San Diego, but how many times does a tire rotate in a mile? In most cases, a tire that’s two-feet in diameter will rotate about 840 times in one mile at a speed of 60 mph. Obviously, this number will vary based on how fast the vehicle is going.

If the tire does rotate 840 times in a mile traveling at 60 mph, then it will rotate 1,120 times when traveling at 80 mph. There’s a lot of math involved in figuring out just how many tire rotations there are in a mile, but instead of breaking out the calculator or doing long division, opting for a tire RPM calculator would be the best thing to do for specific and accurate results.

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