A wheel alignment is part of standard automobile maintenance that consists of adjusting the angles of the wheels so that they are set to the car maker's specification.
The purpose of these adjustments is maximum tire life and vehicle-travel that is straight and true when driving along a straight and level road, although most machines and the technicians who use them set the alignment to adjust for crowned roads, as well as correct tracking when driving on turns.
Front End Alignment: A service to set caster, camber and toe-in to the correct specifications. This will ensure that the car steers and handles properly and that the tires wear properly.
One of the main functions of your vehicle's suspension is to relay to the occupants a smooth, comfortable ride even when you're on a bumpiest of roads. More importantly your vehicle suspension's main role is to give the maximum opportunity for all four tires to remain in contact with the road, so that when needed, your braking, steering and driving systems are safe, effective and responsive when you need them most.
Your vehicle's suspension is very complex with many components working hand in hand including, shock absorbers, springs, ball joints, tie rod ends and suspension bushes. These must be kept in good condition to ensure your safety. If any of these system are worn or damaged your safety may be at risk, here are the tell tale signs something may be wrong.
- Your car dips forward when braking
- Car doesn't handle properly around corners
- Noises from the corners of your car
- Having to drive around corners at slower speeds than normal
- Unusual tread wear on your tires
- Moisture present on or around your shock absorbers
We also provide complete maintenance services for all types of cars and trucks, mufflers, custom exhaust system, catalytic converter, brakes, oil change and many more.