A vehicle that isn't aligned properly is the number one cause of excessive tire wear. There are many contributing factors such as:
Worn suspension components
Worn steering components
Even age of vehicle will cause spring sag
How your vehicle is aligned can greatly increase or decrease your tire life. Determining when your vehicle should be aligned is not always easy, because tires can wear unevenly even if your vehicle feels like it driving straight. A good way to tell if your vehicle needs an alignment is by driving on a good flat road, and see if the vehicle drifts or pulls in either direction with the steering wheel centered.
We recommend having your vehicle aligned for the following reasons:
1. Excessive tire wear
2. Pulling or drifting
3. Off set steering wheel
4. After any accident
5. Hitting curbs or pot holes
Anytime you replace tires
Our alignment equipment is state of the art. Our technicians are the best of the best when it comes to any steering or suspension work. Many shops in the area, including dealers, and body shops trust us to align their vehicles, and their customers vehicles.