Alignment

Alignment is done when your brand-new tires are set up, and can easily be checked with your regular tire rotation. 

What alignment does: Wheels must be lined up correctly to keep suitable control of your car. Wheels that are out of position could cause driving to become difficult and uneven wear on the tires. When your wheels are aligned properly, your car will ride smoother.

During an alignment check we will:

  •  • Assess the steering and suspension components
  •  • Examine the tires for size, inflation and wear
  •  • Compare your tire alignment to automobile manufacturer guidelines

You may need a wheel alignment if:

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