Wheel alignment has to do with the steering and suspension of your vehicle. The steering and suspension are responsible for keeping your wheels firmly intact with the ground, and keep you from swerving to the sides. They work together to keep your tires at the correct angles.
Your driving could be affected by your tires being worn out. Regular alignment checkups are significantly more affordable than replacing tires, or other car parts that have suffered from uneven, premature wear. Come get your vehicle checked at Trustworthy Auto, so we can fix up any misalignments and bring back to as good as the day it was manufactured.
When to have your alignment checked?
Make sure you check your alignment every 6,000 miles. Check your owner’s manual to make sure you follow your automobile’s guidelines. There are also a few other signs to watch out for that show that it’s time for a wheel alignment.
Uneaven tread wear on tires
Trouble keeping your steering wheel straight
Slight drifting right or left
Crooked steering wheel when driving straight
What throws off wheel alignment?
Hitting the curb
Bumping into concrete parking stalls
Wear and tear on tires