Your wheels perform best when they are lined up straight. But the common bumps, holes, and swerves of driving can make tires go out of alignment. So can aging shocks or struts. When the wheels are even a little bit out of alignment—less than you might be able to see—tires wear out faster. Gas mileage goes down. Even your control and handling can be affected.
Included in your service:
- Visual inspection of steering and suspension components
- Tire pressure adjustments
- Alignment angle adjustments to factory specifications