Wheel alignment £65inc VAT
Wheel alignment will help improve steering and handling, help your tyres perform and last longer. So If you're wondering whether your car needs wheel alignment, pop down or call to book an appointment.
Here are a few indicators that you need wheel alignment:
- Uneven or rapid tyre wear.
- Steering wheel off centre when you are driving straight
- Pulling to the right or left.
- Squealing tyres
A car alignment is actually an elaborate process that brings the car's suspension into its proper configuration, positioning and adjusting components so that wheels are aligned with one another and the road surface. An alignment will ensure that your car drives straight and handles properly, making your ride safer. You'll also get better fuel mileage because your tyres will be properly aligned with the road, decreasing resistance. An out-of-alignment car is a common result of everyday driving. But the term alignment doesn't really refer to your car's wheels but rather to the suspension. As part of normal driving, parts of your car's suspension may become worn, and springs can be stretched out. Even a small accident or bumping a curb can disrupt your suspension, knocking some of the highly calibrated components off-kilter, making your wheels sit at improper angles. An alignment restores these angles to their correct measurements, making sure that your wheels sit straight.