Wheel alignment refers to ensuring that all four of your vehicle’s wheels are operating along the same parallel lines and that the tires are meeting the pavement at the correct angle.

Auto manufacturers recommend specifications for each make and model of vehicle on the road. When the angles and adjustments are as specified, the vehicle operates at the maximum efficiency, the tires wear evenly, and the vehicle is at its most stable on the road. This is especially important for modern front-wheel drive cars. The cost of a four wheel alignment is worth it from a vehicle handling standpoint and many times less than the cost of accelerated tire wear.

Misalignment Warning Signs:

  • Unusual or uneven tire wear
  • Unusual steering
  • Steering wheel cocked to one side or the other
  • Shimmying or shaking while driving
  • The car is cocked to one side or the other while moving down the road