WHAT CAN WE DO FOR YOU?
Proper wheel alignment keeps your vehicle driving smoothly, safely and efficiently. If your vehicle pulls to one side when driving, or your tires wear unevenly and/or prematurely, its very likely that your vehicle’s wheels are out of alignment. We service alignment on all types of vehicles including front-wheel drive, rear-wheel drive, 4X4 and full time all wheel drive.
The saying goes, an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure. Avoid expensive repairs and premature wear by having an alignment done as part of your periodic maintenance.No matter how large your vehicle is, we have the tools, skills, and over 20 years of experience to get the job done right the first time. You’ll receive a guaranteed work and complete satisfaction on our services, including brake repairs, diagnostics services, engine rebuilds, and more.
THINGS TO CONSIDER
- Friendly service
- Upfront pricing
- No pushy sales tactics
- 24/7 emergency towing
Signs You May Need Alignment Services
Inner or Outer Shoulder Wear
If you examine your tire and discover that the inner or outer edge of the tire is wearing down faster than the rest of the tread, your vehicle’s wheel alignment is likely out of specification. This wear pattern indicates that your wheels are leaning too much to one side, which can typically be blamed on misalignment. Alignment problems can affect steering, suspension, and even your safety, so don’t waste time coming in for alignment services.
If you notice that there are random smooth spots on your tire or little dips in the tread wear, the culprit could be your vehicle’s suspension system. More specifically, suspension parts are probably worn out or even bent out of shape. Could you have recently hit a curb or pothole? If you notice a cupping pattern or feel a slight rumbling sound when you drive, it’s important to get your suspension checked and replace any old or misshapen parts.
Diagonal, Patchy Wear
Patchy tire wear suggests your tires are out of balance. If you examine your tires and notice that the wear is uneven, it’s time to have your tires rotated and probably aligned! By regularly rotating your tires, you help prevent this uneven wear from worsening over time and you’ll extend the lifespan of your tires.