What is an Alignment? Why Does My Car Need One?
Your vehicle functions at its best when all four wheels are pointing in the same direction. Over time, due to potholes, rough shoulders, curbs, and normal wear and tear, your wheels become misaligned. This affects the life of your tires, the fuel efficiency of your vehicle, and the overall safety of your car. If your tires don’t make proper contact with the pavement, it’s easier to lose ride control.
Tire & Wheel Maintenance: The Basics
Tire and wheel alignment services should be part of your regularly scheduled vehicle maintenance, as stated by your trusted technician or vehicle user manual. Additionally, your wheel alignment should be inspected every time you have your tires changed. If your car is experiencing any of the following symptoms, it may be time to schedule a wheel inspection:
- Pulling to one side or another
- Wandering on a level, straight, road
- Shuddering or wheel vibrations
- Uneven tire wear
- Crooked Steering Wheel
See the Alignment, Steering & Suspension Experts
Luckily, the ASE certified pros at Ken Towery offer FREE wheel alignment services and steering inspections with flexible, same-day scheduling that fits your needs.
Request an appointment online today for a wheel alignment, or stop by for a FREE wheel alignment and steering inspection. Same day appointments are available. We’re open evenings, Saturdays, Sundays and most holidays.
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*National Highway Transportation Safety Administration brochure DOT HS 809 361, available at www.nhtsa.gov.