Your vehicle's manufacturer specifies carefully calculated
adjustments and precise settings for wheel alignment that will reward you with maximum vehicle
performance, optimum driving enjoyment and cost savings.
Improper alignment will result in difficult handling, greatly
accelerated tire wear, poor fuel economy and excessive wear on your vehicle's suspension.
Steering or handling problems may include off-center steering
wheel, steering pull , unsteady steering, loose steering or hard steering. You may notice a change in
steering direction after hitting bumps.
Unusual or accelerated
tire wear may take the form of edge wear, diagonal wear or cupping
that, if left unattended, will cause premature tire replacement.
Failing to maintain proper wheel alignment will make it
impossible to maintain factory-specified suspension settings that control the quality of your ride.
Protect your investment in your vehicle by keeping your wheels
properly aligned. If you bump a curb or hit a pot hole hard, have the alignment checked. If you have
new tires installed or worn suspension parts replaced, be sure to
have these repairs accompanied by a wheel alignment.
a Wheel Alignment Important?
It’s no surprise that your
vehicle will drive better during rush hour, weekend cruising, or in daily stop-n-go traffic
if all the wheels are pointed in the same direction. That’s called wheel alignment.
If your wheels are out of alignment you may notice that your car pulls to one side or the other.