Inspection Recommended Annually or every 15,000 Miles
There are many reasons a car might fall out of alignment. Maybe you hit a pothole, curb, or road debris while driving. You might have had a fender bender. Or perhaps you’re way overdue for a tire rotation.
When a car is out of alignment, its overall performance will suffer. And while it’s common for drivers to go months without noticing their car is out of alignment, there are a few signs you’ll want to look out for:
- Decreased fuel efficiency
- Difficulty steering
- Poor handling
- Drifting to the left or right
- Uneven tire wear
Continuing to drive a car that is out of alignment can do serious damage to the vehicle’s suspension system over time and significantly reduce its lifespan. You’ll also find yourself replacing your tires more often—an expense that can add up quickly. For this reason, it’s a good idea to have your car aligned regularly. The type of car you drive, how much you drive, and the road conditions in your area will all factor into how often your car should be aligned—and what kind of alignment you’ll need.
Our team of certified auto mechanics has the tools and expertise to diagnose and correct your car’s alignment problems. Repairing vehicle alignment involves adjusting the many components of the vehicle’s suspension system to ensure that your tires make the best contact with the road possible.
Center steering wheel
Adjust toe, thrust, camber, and caster angles
Adjust front and rear ride height
Check wheelbase and track width difference