Your vehicle may be in need of a wheel alignment if:
  • You notice any irregular or premature wear on your tyres
  • Your vehicle pulls to one direction while driving
  • Your steering wheel is not straight
The right wheel alignment on your vehicle will be a major factor in the life of your tyres. You should get one done:
  • Whenever you replace your tyres
  • Every six months or 10,000 kilometres (5,000 if your vehicle is lowered), whichever comes first
  • After your vehicle has any steering or suspension parts replaced
  • After your vehicle has any accident repairs
A correct wheel alignment will:
  • Preserve the life of your tyres by preventing irregular and premature wear
  • Reduce your fuel consumption
  • Give you better response from the vehicle
  • Improve your vehicle’s safety
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