Wednesday, May 11, 2016

When is a good time to check your wheel alignment?

Poor alignment can shorten a tire's life by thousands of miles and compromise very crucial steering and suspension parts. That can be a big hit on your wallet.

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When should you have your wheel alignment checked?
  • If your vehicle has hit something (ie curb or major road hazard).
  • You notice your tires are wearing unevenly or abnormally.
  • You notice steering or handling problems such as your vehicle pulling or drifting to one side, your steering wheel does not return easily after a turn, or your steering wheel remains at angle when driving in a straight line.
  • When you buy new tires and want them to last as long as possible.
  • When you replace suspension or steering components.

If you are unsure about your current Wheel Alignment, please give us a call at One Stop. We have precision equipment and expertise to check your Wheel Alignment and fix, if needed.