What is alignment

Alignment generally refers to the adjustment of a vehicle's front & rear suspension parts. Proper alignment ensures that your vehicle handles correctly & will help increase the life & performance of your tires.

The alignment of your vehicle can be knocked out of adjustment from daily impacts such as potholes & railroad crossings, or by more severe accidents. You should have the alignment checked if:
You know you have hit something.
You see a wear pattern developing on the shoulders of the tires.
You notice a difference in your vehicle's handling.

 

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