Driving with an incorrect alignment costs you money every day. Not only does flawed alignment decrease gas mileage and tire life, but it also adds unnecessary stress to your vehicle’s steering equipment and structure. Our shop has top of the line Hunter alignment equipment and top quality technicians. We also offer a full range.
- Front and Rear Wheel Alignment
- Camber Adjustment
- Castor Adjustment
- Toe Adjustment
- Shock Absorber and Spring Replacement, Adjustment and Repair
Reasons to do an Alignment
- Pull Left or Right when you let go of the steering wheel
- Abnormal tire wear
- Drift over time
- Feels like your driving a boat
Alignment Angle Types:
Caster: A faulty caster angle causes loose or difficult steering. Caster is a nutshell, describes the steering pivot angle and is a non-tire wearing angle. It is responsible for the overall feel of the steering and vehicle stability at highway speeds.
Camber: Camber is the angle of the wheel in relation to a vertical direction (seen from the front or rear of the car). An ideal camber angle assures optimal tire efficiency, proper steering control, and helps prevent rolling.
Toe: Like camber and caster, toe is measured by degrees. When your front or rear wheels have front edges pointed toward each other, the pair is called “toe-ins.” If the front edges point away from each other, the pair is called “toe-outs.”