Included in your service:
Inspect your steering and suspension system.
Check your tire condition and air pressure.
Adjust your camber, caster and toe angles (if adjustable) to the manufacturer’s specifications.
Road–test your vehicle to ensure your alignment is straightforward.
Why is a wheel alignment important for my vehicle?
Proper wheel alignments can help improve your driver safety, create a smoother ride, and help increase fuel efficiency. Alignments could save you hundreds of dollars on replacing tires due to premature tread wear.
When should I bring my vehicle in for a wheel alignment?
Most manufacturers recommend getting a four-wheel alignment at least once a year. Other times you may need a front-end or four-wheel alignment include:
- After purchasing a set of new tires.
- After a collision, accident, or hitting a large pothole.
- When replacing suspension or steering parts.
- If you feel your vehicle pulling to one side when driving.
- If your steering feels unstable or you feel a vibration.
- If your tires are wearing unevenly or squeal on turns.
  • #1 Crooked steering wheel.
  • #2 Uneven tire wear.
  • #3 Shuddering or wheel vibration, usually felt in the steering wheel.
  • #4 Wandering on a level, straight road.
  • #5 Pulling to one side or the other.
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