Listed below are typical symptoms of poor wheel alignment:
- Poor fuel economy
- Premature tyre wear
- Steering pulls to one side
- Poor car handling
- Steering wheel vibrates
- Steering wheel is not centered when driving ahead
Wheel misaliginment can be caused by driving over a pot-hole or hitting a kerb. It is also best practice to have your wheel alignment checked whenever your vehicle has new tyres fitted or suspension components installed.
Our Alignment service measures a minimum of 12 angles and compares them to your vehicles manufacturer data. To ensure the steering is set accurately the Four Wheel Alignment can adjust toe settings of individual wheels. Adjustment of camber and caster can also help achieve the optimal settings for your vehicle.