Wheel Alignment Check
Normal daily driving affects 4-wheel alignment and eventually, your wheels can become misaligned which can lead to:
. Uneven tyre wear
. The car pulls to the left or right when driving on a straight flat road or when braking.
. The steering wheel is not straight when the wheels are in a neutral position.
If you notice any of these signs, or your car has had steering or suspension components changed, then it's time to get our tyre professionals to carry out a 4-wheel alignment check.
Regular 4-wheel alignment checks should be part of your car's maintenance program as this will not only reduce running costs but also ensure that the vehicle is safe to drive. Wheel alignment uses state of the art technology to measure and adjust the steering and suspension components of your car. Essentially, wheel alignment ensures that the wheels are in the correct position in relation to one another and to the road.
Here at DRIVE IN SERVICE CENTRE our years of experience tell us that regular 4-wheel alignment should be carried out every 12,000- 15,000 miles or once a year.
To maximise the life of your tyres and suspension why not book in where our friendly qualified fitters will quickly address even the slightest alignment issue. Please contact us today using our online contact form