Although it’s sometimes very subtle, the alignment of your wheels can get out of whack from everyday driving. When a car or truck is out of alignment, it can reduce your vehicle’s drivability and gas mileage. Plus it can cause tires to wear out faster. It’s also the reason your vehicle might pull or wander to one side. This can waste fuel, cost you money, and cause safety concerns. Plus, it can add unnecessary wear to your car or truck.
Buying New Tires? Get an Alignment.
We recommend an alignment after the installation of new tires. This helps you get the most life from those tires.
Get Your Alignment Checked Twice Per Year
Most of us wouldn’t miss an oil change or other routine maintenance. Getting those things done can add to the longevity of your vehicle and can save you money. Getting your alignment checked twice a year should be another part of your car-care schedule. Two of the best times to have your alignment checked include early spring and fall. If you can only make it in once per year, schedule your alignment check for the spring, that way you’re ready for all of your summertime adventures.