Does Your Car Need an Alignment?

Wheel Alignment Experts

What is a Wheel Alignment?

Despite the name of the service, a wheel alignment has less to do with your wheels and more to do with your suspension and steering systems. Those two systems connect your vehicle to the wheels. Your mechanic will adjust the suspension and steering until the angles of your tires are optimal for keeping your vehicle driving in a straight line without putting stress on the steering and suspension systems, the axles, and the driver. In South Chesterfield, VA, the team at Titan Auto and Tire are alignment experts who want to help you improve your vehicle’s fuel efficiency, reduce wear on your tires, and save you money in the long-run for replacing your tires and repairing your vehicle.

Signs You Need an Alignment

If you’ve noticed your tires are wearing unevenly, you need a wheel alignment. If the car pulls to the left or right when you’re on a straight road, you need a wheel alignment. If your steering wheel is crooked when the tires are straight, you need an alignment. The purpose of an alignment is to return your wheels to the precise standards set by the manufacturer after you’ve driven on pothole-riddled American roads, bumped into a curb or two, or been involved in a collision. If you’ve experienced any of these causes of misaligned wheels, consider taking your vehicle to your favorite service center for an alignment.

Titan Auto and Tire Will Align Your Wheels

The team at Titan Auto and Tire are certified to align your wheels after you’ve experienced a situation that knocked the alignment off or have noticed any of the warning signs of misaligned wheels. They are on your side and will first inspect your vehicle and confirm you need an alignment before performing one. Once they’ve confirmed you need a wheel alignment, they’ll use their years of education and practical experience to adjust the steering and suspension systems to return your wheels to the exacting standards set by your vehicle’s manufacturer. Call them today to make an appointment for a wheel alignment inspection and service.

Written by Titan Auto & Tire