“Wheel Alignment” simply refers to the position of the wheels in relation to each other and the body of the car. if your wheels aren’t “true” to each other, your car will likely not steer straight, wear tires quickly, and underperform when braking. If you consider that everything a car does relies on the tires having good contact with the road surface, you can start to appreciate how key a correct wheel alignment is.

How will wheel alignment help my vehicle ?

  • Optimal drivability .
  • Longer lasting tires .
  • Smoother drive .
  • Keep your wheels pointed in the right direction .
  • Requires less energy to keep going hence saving fuel .

Process of wheel alignment :

  • Inspect steering and suspension system, including tire condition and air pressure .
  • Place vehicle on alignment rack, mount and calibrate sensors .
  • Print out initial alignment settings .
  • Adjust camber, caster & toe angles .
  • Print out final alignment readings .
  • Road test vehicles to make sure alignment is not off .

What happen if I don’t get my wheel aligned ?

  • Spending a lot more on tires as they wear a lot faster .
  • Poor handling of vehicle .