Alignments can allow for the tread to wear evenly on the tires. If you notice that the tread is becoming uneven, make sure to bring the vehicle in so we can inspect it for you. Having an alignment done can also help improve the handling and stability of the vehicle. This will improve the fuel mileage of your vehicle, because it will not have to use as much stress and power to operate the vehicle effectively.

 

All vehicles are different when it comes to their alignment setting. While positive camber is used to improve ride quality and vehicle stability, high performance vehicles may require better cornering performance. Either way, the vehicle manufacturer will have the exact angles for this setting. We will use those angles to properly align the wheel camber. When parts fail, they could also end up doing damage to other components of the system.

 

The caster is the reason your vehicle steers in a straight line. When the vehicle travels straight down the road with little handling on your part that is due to your caster setting. If you are driving down a straight path but start pulling to one side, that is a sign the caster is off. You may also start to notice your vehicle pulls to one side or the other. If this occurs, bring the vehicle in for an inspection.

 

The toe of the alignment is also important. Without every part working as it should, these will start to have issues for your vehicle. If it is ignored, you will have a costly repair bill in the long run as well. So make sure to schedule an appointment so it can be inspected for any issues.