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Should I use "on" or "of" in front of "my car" in the sentence below?

The car dealer recommended that I have the tires of/on my car rotated every 5,000 miles.

Thank you.

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I know you just want to know if it's "tires of my car" or "tires on my car", and that's already been answered above.

However, you've already set up the context with "the car dealer", so in "a real life conversation" you would just say "that I have the tires rotated". That's enough.

CJ

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The car dealer recommended that I have the tires on my car rotated every 5,000 miles.

Good question.