Alignments helps your tires last longer,your vehicle drive smoother, ultimately keeping your wheels pointed in the right direction.
When it drives more smoothly, it’s cruising ahead and your car will require less energy to keep going, potentially saving a ton of fuel depending on how much alignment was required.
When your car rolled off the manufacturer assembly line, it came preset with special angles that position your tires correctly. In order for your vehicle to travel the way it’s supposed to, it will need precise alignment.
Poor alignment can shorten a tire’s life by thousands of miles and compromise very crucial steering and suspension parts. That’s a big hit to the wallet. If you don’t want to replace tires as often and enjoy the benefits of better fuel economy, have your alignment checked, at the very least, with every other oil change or at the first sign of uneven or premature tire wear.
Mis-alignment can lead to uneven tire wear, poor handling and shorter tire life. Tires are expensive. Keeping them aligned isn’t.
Here are some common signs you are dealing with wheels with poor alignment:
- Vehicle pulling to the left or right
- Uneven or rapid tire wear
- Your steering wheel is crooked when driving straight
- Squealing tires
Get your car aligned for continuous smooth driving.
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