Keep Your Tires In Line!

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Do you ever find that you’re driving in the right direction, but your steering wheel isn’t centered? It’s possible your alignment is off. Some other obvious signs of improper alignment are a vibrating steering wheel, uneven wear on your tires, and of course drifting to one side despite the fact that your wheel is centered.

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Keep Your Tires In Line!:

Keep Your Tires In Line! Do you ever find that you’re driving in the right direction, but your steering wheel isn’t centered? It’s possible your alignment is off. Other obvious signs of improper alignment: - vibrating steering wheel - u neven tire wear - drifting to one side

What Causes Poor Alignment?:

What Causes Poor Alignment? Alignment is measured so precisely that even the smallest mishap can throw it off, causing your tires to point in the wrong direction. Look out for : Potholes Bumps, including curbs Correct tire pressure

Effects of Poor Alignment:

Effects of Poor Alignment Tire Wear – improperly aligned tires wear down unevenly and much faster. They then lose air pressure and sometimes even blowout. Suspension Damage – although not as visible as tire wear, suspension damage is just as, if not more harmful .

To Be Safe…:

To Be Safe… You should have your car realigned every time you bring it to an auto body shop. Some shops will include the alignment service if you are already having work done, but even if you do have to pay for the alignment it is far worth it compared to suspension and tire costs.

Proper Alignment::

Proper Alignment: Allows for a safer, more enjoyable driving experience Tires wear down less When tires do wear, they do so evenly Car drives straighter Better gas mileage Extended tire life

Make sure you aren’t spending too much to keep your car in line. Call us today at: (856) 854-2507:

Make sure you aren’t spending too much to keep your car in line. Call us today at: (856) 854-2507

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