Tire And Alignment

Common Symptoms of a car that needs alignment:

  • Your car seems to be drifting to one side, even when you think you’re driving straight
  • Your steering wheel vibrates
  • You are driving straight, but your steering wheel isn’t centered

An out-of-aligned car is a common result of everyday driving. But the term alignment doesn’t really refer to your car’s wheels but rather to the suspension. As part of normal driving, parts of your car’s suspension may become worn, and springs can be stretched out. Even a small accident or bumping a curb can disrupt your suspension, knocking some of the highly calibrated components off-kilter, making your wheels sit at improper angles. An alignment restores these angles to their correct measurements, making sure that your wheels sit straight.

The most visible benefit of an alignment is less tire wear. And when tires do wear down, they’ll do so evenly on a properly aligned suspension. Tires can be quite expensive — easily $100 or more per tire — whereas an alignment often costs $50 to $100, making it a cost-effective procedure that should be part of regular car maintenance.

Our Tire and Alignment shop is now open, we are able to perform alignments at this time.

Come see us at our state of the art, clean, and friendly auto tire and alignment shop. We service all makes and models!

FOUR WHEEL ALIGNMENT
$59.95
Additional Parts and Labor for any additional work needed.
Schedule Service Today!