Importance of Good Alignment
When it comes to keeping your car maintained well, having great wheel alignment is important for your tires, gas mileage, and maneuverability. Driving on poor road conditions, hitting large bumps in the road, having erratic driving, or getting in an accident can cause your tires to come out of alignment.
How to Tell If Your Car Is Not Aligned
When you are driving, it is easy to tell if your car is out of alignment. If you let go of the steering wheel for a second or two, and your vehicle starts to move to the left or right, there is a good chance there is misalignment. Your car, when aligned to its precise design, should continue to steer straight without pulling one way or another if you briefly let go of the steering wheel. Another telltale sign of misalignment includes feeling vibration while driving, especially in the steering column.
CarLife has professional tire technicians who are more than capable of tackling the intricate systems in your car to get the proper alignment. Our professional staff is extremely knowledgeable in all the systems that work together to keep your vehicle running in tip top condition. We are able to conduct tire alignment efficiently, so only a quick visit is needed. Tire alignment is recommended every time you get new tires for your vehicle, when you feel your car pulling to one side or the other, when you feel vibration, or every 6,000 miles to stay safe.
CarLife knows how busy life can be, and we want to be there to help you take care of your vehicle while avoiding any inconvenient time constraints or costs. Come see us today for a proper tire alignment, a tune up or any other services you need for your vehicle.
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