How Do I Know If My Wheel Alignment Is Off?

If you’re experiencing any of the following:

  • A sudden decrease in fuel efficiency
  • A car that pulls to the left or to the right
  • Uneven tyre wear
  • Steering wheel vibration when driving straight
  • A steering wheel that is off-center when driving straight

It’s important to get a wheel alignment done after you have new tyres fitted. Regular wheel alignments will improve fuel economy and are essential for even tyre wear, which will give your tyres a longer life.

WHEN SHOULD MY WHEEL ALIGNMENT BE CHECKED?

You should have your wheel alignment checked:

  • When fitting new tyres
  • Every 6 months or every 10,000 km you drive (whichever comes first)
  • After the replacement of any steering or suspension parts
  • After getting vehicle repairs because of an accident.

4-Wheel Alignment Service

4-Wheel alignment service includes an evaluation of wheel angles and adjusts them to make sure that your wheels are parallel to each other while being perpendicular to the road. There are several major benefits of two and four-wheel alignment service:

  1. Aligned wheels have a consistent wear pattern that prolongs your tyre life.
  2. When your tyre life is maximized, your long-term tyre expense is reduced.
  3. Aligned wheels allow your vehicle to drive straight, promoting maximum safety.

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