Wheel alignment is an important part of car servicing and the process involves checking and adjusting your car wheels angles. Your car wheel angles change over time as a result of worn suspension, a shifted subframe, hitting potholes, an accident, and just general wear and tear of driving everyday. Also, if you have any steering or suspension components replaced, or you lower or raise your suspension, you need to check the wheel alignment.
Symptoms of Bad Wheel Alignment:
- The car pulls to one side when you are driving on a level or straight road.
- Uneven tire wear.
- Your tires are screeching when you are turning.
- The car is not stable on the road and moves from one side to the other.
- When driving straight, the steering is off center.
The above symptoms are what you will notice to know your vehicle needs wheels alignment. It’s important you have your alignment checked as soon as possible to avoid uneven tire wear and potentially dangerous driving conditions.
How Often Should You Do the Wheel Alignment?
There’s no specific requirement for most vehicles, but when you bring your vehicle to Edgestone Automotive, we will make recommendations as to how often you should have the alignment checked and aligned. Our laser-guided alignment racks quickly and accurately check wheel alignment and allow our technicians to determine whether an alignment is required right away, or if you can wait. Whatever the case, we’ll be sure your alignment meets factory specifications to ensure you get the most life and performance from your tires.
Benefits of Doing Your Wheel Alignment
Have a wheel alignment performed will make your steering and suspension components, as well as your tires, last longer. When you do the wheel alignment, you will notice the vehicle feels more stable and holds the road better. That is what wheel alignment can do for you. Of course, you won’t spend a fortune doing your wheel alignment at Edgestone Automotive. Our wheel alignment are performed by qualified technicians using state-of-the-art alignment racks, but we keep our pricing competitive and much less than the dealer. So when you notice the symptoms of misaligned wheels, bring your car to Edgestone Automotive at your early convenience.