Your Chrysler, of course, left the factory with its wheels perfectly aligned. But over miles of driving this alignment may change from the factory setting, causing you to notice a difference in the way the vehicle handles. If your Chrysler squeals while making a turn on a dry pavement, it is probably time to have your alignment checked. It may also pull to the left or right, and poor alignment may lead to increased and uneven tire wear. Your tires are your cars first point of contact with the road, and may adversely affect other components if not maintained in good condition. Braking distance, ride quality, and and even fuel economy can fall victim to worn tires caused by poor alignment. This can be damaging to your well-being as well, as poor handling adds to fatigue in driving, and, of course, increased wear of tires can be an expensive proposition. Think of your tires as shoes. If you constantly lean to one side or the other, you will cause an uneven wear pattern on your tires, as well as your shoes. And just as an uneven gait can cause discomfort to your body, an improper alignment can cause stress on other components of your vehicle. The expert, ASE certified mechanics at CARLIFE Auto Repair in Scottsdale know just how to correct any alignment problem which may arise on your Chrysler vehicle. They will return your alignment to factory standards, and check all tires and peripheral equipment for unnatural wear.
A slight pull off center, or some accelerated tire wear may seem a thing of small consequence, but the effects can be cumulative. The effects will only become worse over time, and the cost of replacing tires before their time can be prohibitive. At CARLIFE Auto Repair of Scottsdale, we can explain the importance of proper tire alignment, and perform any necessary adjustments to keep you moving ahead on a straight path, without being sidetracked by the concerns of what poor tire alignment can do to you, your vehicle, and your tires. We care about things so you don’t have to.