Wheel Alignments


Wheel Alignment is done at the time new tires are installed, and could be checked with your regular tire rotation. 

What it does: Tires should be aligned the right way to preserve effective control of your automobile. Wheels that are out of position may cause steering to become difficult as well as cause patchy ware on the tires. When your tires are correctly lined up, your car will perform better.

Why service is important: Wheel Alignment and also tire balancing and rotation could extend the life of your tires, and enhance the total safety of your vehicle. A correctly aligned automobile could boost performance and also increase fuel economy.

Wheel alignments protect the life of your tires.  Your wheels may should be aligned if:

  • You experience vibration when steering
  • The steering wheel pulls to the left or right
  • The steering wheel is not level when traveling on a straight roadway
  • Your tire tread is wearing unevenly

An alignment check includes:

  • Assessment of the steering and suspension parts
  • Assessment of the tires for size, tire pressure and tread
  • Comparison of your wheel alignment to automobile manufacturer rules

Our mechanics could also examine for steering and suspension problems, in addition to drive-line problems. Come see us to have our certified technicians provide you with a dependable wheel alignment.