As you drive your car daily, the wheels will gradually fall out of alignment. This means that your wheels and tires have shifted at an angle. In many cases, poor alignment develops gradually, and you may not notice the signs unless you look for them or until they fall further out of alignment. However, poor wheel alignments lead to serious issues. These include premature tire tread wear, excessive give on the steering wheel, suspension problems and more. A regular wheel alignment service can help you to avoid these issues and remain safer on the road.
Signs Your Vehicle Needs an Alignment
Generally, you should schedule wheel alignments every 6,000 to 10,000 miles. However, an alignment should also be completed when the tires are rotated or replaced. In between alignment services, you may notice a few concerning issues. For example, your vehicle may drift to one side when you brake or while you are trying to remain straight on a level road. While driving, the steering wheel may vibrate. In addition, if one tire is wearing down faster than the others, an alignment may be needed.
Your Trusted Source for Wheel Alignments
Wheel alignments require the use of proper techniques and advanced equipment. During the service, all of the wheels will be repositioned so that they track in the same direction and work together. With the design of many vehicles, all wheels may need to be aligned at the same time. Given the impact of poor wheel alignment on your safety on the road and your vehicle’s overall performance and condition, you cannot let just anyone complete the work. Our mechanics have extensive expertise with wheel alignment services, and they have full access to the modern tools and equipment required to do great work quickly.
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Whether your vehicle is due for its regular alignment service or you have concerns about its current alignment, we are ready to help. To schedule wheel alignments and other essential services for your vehicle, call our service center today.