The wheels on all vehicles drift out of alignment over time, which can result in lower fuel economy and uneven tire tread wear. Failure to keep up your vehicle’s wheel alignment can sometimes void the manufacturer’s warranty on your tires. It also leads to greater wear on other moving parts in your vehicle, such as the brakes and steering rack. Regular wheel alignment is important for the safety and longevity of your vehicle—and it makes your car smoother and easier to drive. Our state-of-the-art precision equipment uses infrared sensors to measure and set all three axes of your wheel alignment (toe, camber and caster).
Here are a few signs and symptoms that may indicate a need for a wheel alignment:
- Your car “pulls” to the left or the right when driving on the highway
- The steering wheel does not return easily to the center position after making a turn
- Shaking or vibration on the steering wheel
- Abnormal tire wear
Give us a call today to speak with one of our technicians about our Computerized Wheel Alignment service.