What is Wheel Alignment?
Any Make, Any Model
An out-of-alignment car is a common result of everyday driving. But the term alignment doesn’t really refer to your car’s wheels but rather to the suspension and its components. As part of normal driving, parts of your car’s suspension may become worn and shifted out of place making your wheels sit at improper angles. Even a small accident or bumping a curb can disrupt your suspension and its components. An alignment restores these angles to their correct measurements, making sure that your wheels sit straight. Tire life length depends on proper alignment. A tire that is rated 50k miles can be worn out within 10k with bad alignment. It’s highly suggested to perform alignment on your vehicle annually when new tires installed or suspension components replaced.
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