Not long ago, it was brought to my attention that it is old school and that it is no longer neccesary for modern tires to be rotated just front to back, but can now be crossed to the other side of the vehicle, reversing the direction. I fully understand why it is said to be ok. But also in my defence and since our vehicle miles are generated mostly by driving the highways verses city driving, we have no issues getting the full use of the milage warranty rotating front to back. And in my mind, knowing at one time, there was a blowout risk by reversing direction, I choose to rotate front to back... only. Am I the only one? Those who pay to have your tires rotated, do you know what method is used? Have you had any issues with blowouts?