If your wheels aren’t properly aligned, then you can’t steer your vehicle with the accuracy and precision required to keep you safe on the road. There is no magic formula, but we suggest that you have your car wheel alignment checked at least every 10,000 miles. If you drive frequently on rural roads you should have your alignment checked even sooner. Also, pay close attention to any changes in steering after driving over pot holes, accidentally hitting the curb, or getting in even a minor fender bender. Alignment is fast and easy to check so stop by any time for a quick inspection!
Your steering wheel controls the alignment components that keep your vehicle balanced and your suspension properly aligned. However, accidents and uneven driving conditions can throw your alignment off—meaning that your vehicle will not steer with the ease or precision you require. There are a few ways you can tell if your alignment is off.
The sooner you stop by the better, as letting any of these conditions go unchecked can lead to more damage—and more money spent in repairs.
If your steering has been out of alignment for a while it is likely that you will need to rotate or replace your tires. Not to worry as we are a one-stop-shop that provides full tire services. We can rotate, repair, or sell you the tires that are old or prematurely worn due to your misalignment. Our ASE Certified technicians are low-pressure and will advise you on the best wheels for your driving needs.
We know how busy you are which is why we make it as easy as possible to repair your vehicle. Not only are we a full-service mechanic, but we are open 7 days a week. Walk-ins are always welcome, or you can call ahead to schedule afterhours drop off or pick up. We have 7 service bays meaning that we can handle a high volume of maintenance and repairs, with same day service for most repairs.