Importance of Wheel Alignments
Ideally, wheels should always be pointing straight. Unfortunately, there are many factors that can throw off the wheel alignment: potholes, speed bumps, and hitting curbs are just a few. Misaligned wheels negatively affect tire wear, fuel efficiency, and handling.
Be sure to have a wheel alignment inspection performed if you notice uneven tire wear, your vehicle does not drive straight or if your steering wheel is off center.
You should have your car’s alignment inspected once a year or at the very minimum each time you have new tires installed.
Wheel Alignments at Pellman’s Automotive Service
When wheel alignment service is performed at Pellman’s Automotive Service, our technicians use state-of-the-art wheel alignment equipment and tools to correct misalignments. We perform two-wheel and four-wheel alignments for all cars, vans, trucks, and SUVs for all makes and models.
Wheel alignments include:
- Inspect tires, steering, and suspension
- Adjust camber, caster, and toe-in to manufacturer specifications
- Check and adjust tire pressure
- Road test after wheel alignment
By bringing your car to Pellman’s Automotive Service, you will receive the best customer service and quality wheel alignment service within your budget, so your car will last longer.
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