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Wheel Alignment

- icon-rotate-tires.fwProper wheel alignment is critical for accurate handling, increasing fuel mileage, and reducing tire wear. Modern day alignments also work hand in hand with stability control systems and in some vehicles the lighting systems.
  • The vehicle may pull or drift to the left or right
  • The front or rear tires may show signs of abnormal wear
  • The tires may squeal when turning
  • The suspension may wear prematurely – the others are easy enough to understand. This may need some qualification
  • The vehicle may steer hard or shimmy while driving at highway speeds
  • Four-wheel alignment, most cars now require all 4 wheels be aligned and adjusted
  • Tire rotation and/or replacement
  • Ride height check, which then may require spring replacement
  • Suspension and steering component check


  • Rotate tires at regular service intervals
  • Have a qualified professional technician check the alignment at least once a year
  • Have a qualified professional technician check the suspension, shocks, and springs at least once a year
  • Maintain proper air pressure

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