Wheel & Tire Alignment
It doesn’t take much to knock a vehicle out of alignment: potholes, curbs and even regular wear and tear can take a toll on your vehicle’s suspension system and steering components. And once that happens, everything—your tires, your vehicle and your hands on the steering wheel—will soon feel it. Vehicle alignment plays a critical role in the performance of your vehicle, and here are the three biggest ways: When your vehicle’s suspension system is out of alignment, it’s probably going to lead to uneven tire wear, and that means a shorter life expectancy for your tires. With regular alignment, however, your tires will last longer and save you money. When your wheels aren’t aligned, it can cause your vehicle to pull right or left, undermining your control and handling. Comfort. Aligned wheels are much safer to drive on, and they also make driving much easier and enjoyable.