Wheel Alignment Service for Your Car, Truck, or SUV
Good alignment also ensures that your wheels are aligned with each other and with the axis line through the center of your vehicle. When performing wheel alignment service, your technician may adjust the toe, caster, and camber components. These components are located at the wheels. Alignment service differs slightly depending on whether you drive a two-wheel or four-wheel drive vehicle. If you drive a two-wheel drive vehicle, adjustments may only be necessary to the two front wheels. On the other hand, all four wheels may need alignment adjustments in a four-wheel drive vehicle. When your wheels are properly aligned, you will enjoy numerous benefits, such as better gas mileage, a more comfortable ride, and better control behind the wheel. You also can enjoy longer-lasting tires when your wheels are properly aligned. Come in for service if you notice symptoms of alignment troubles, including a tendency to veer to the side or unusual bumpiness when riding in your vehicle.