A correct wheel alignment plays a significant role in the life you get out of your tyres. You should have your alignment checked;
- When fitting new tyres
- Every twelve months or 12,000 kilometres, (whichever comes first).
- After accident repairs or replacement of any steering or suspension parts.
- If you've hit a curb or pot hole.
Warning signs that alignment is in need of adjustment include;
- Irregular tyre wear - on front or rear tyres
- Heavy steering
- Vehicle wandering and hard to keep in a straight line
- Excessive road shock being felt through the steering wheel
- Vehicle steering wheel not returning to centre
Correct Alignment will;
- Save excessive uneven and premature tyre wear
- Save Fuel
- Enhance cornering and general handling
- Reduce driver fatigue.
Phone your local store to book your car in for a wheel alignment. A wheel alignment can normally be performed within short notice and would normally only take up to an hour maximum to complete.