There's common sense, then there's actual logic.
Originally Posted by Mark
Yes, having the rear more planted helps the village idiot keep his car in better control, but for those of us who don't often find ourselves drifting sideways in the rain accidentally like bafoons, the tires with more tread should be rotated to the fastest wearing positions.
My Micra currently has 4/32 on the rear and 7/32 on the front (because I missed a rotation and the factory tires are crap. If I was to do it "properly", I would have the thin tires be legally bald in another 8000km. Or, I can (did) rotate them, so in another 16000km they will all go bare at the same time. That's, a lot cheaper way to do it.
(Fronts wore 65% while rear wore 35%. By my math, I rotated them at exactly their half life. Now In another 16,000km, Both fronts and rear will hit 0% within the same month.
View my fuel log 2018 Mirage ES 1.2 manual: 43.5 mpg (US) ... 18.5 km/L ... 5.4 L/100 km ... 52.2 mpg (Imp)