Wheel Alignment


Wheel Alignment

A wheel alignment is a critical part of vehicle maintenance and is crucial to the efficient running of your automobile.

A wheel alignment (so not to be confused with wheel balancing), is the process where the whole vehicle is put on a machine with gauges mounted to the wheels, in order to ascertain the angles in the vehicles suspension and steering geometry. The angles are then adjusted within a set of parameters specific to that vehicle.

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Benefits of a correctly aligned vehicle

- Even and consistent tyre wear, therefor greater tyre life
- Predictable and enhanced handling and cornering
- Less driver fatigue through not making constant steering correction
- Lowered fuel consumption

In order to realise these benefits, a full and professional wheel alignment is recommended every 15,000-20,000 km. However a wheel alignment can be required sooner due to such things as impacts from road hazards (potholes, something off the back of a truck…), replacement of steering and suspension components or the fitment of new tyres.

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