Road Conditions Can Affect Wheel Alignment
You are driving down the road and you hit a pothole or even worse, you hit the curb. In the same manner, you are always driving on poorly maintained roads and highways. Whether you realize it or not, all of these things can greatly affect your wheel alignment. Even the slightest misalignment can advance the uneven wear on your tires. Sometimes it is difficult to notice it. We recommend getting your alignment checked around every 6,000 miles. In fact, you should have it as part of your scheduled maintenance.
Why Do I Need An Alignment?
There are many advantages of making sure your wheels are properly aligned. First, it guarantees excellent drivability which in return will give you a smoother ride and help your tires last longer. Keeping your tires aligned will also help with your vehicle’s fuel efficiency. Besides, it is less expensive to keep your wheels aligned than having to replace tires before their life expectancy is reached.
Do New Tires Need Alignment?
So, the time has come when you have to replace your tires. Whether this is because of normal wear or some other reason out of your control, you should get an alignment with your new tire set. Although not required when you get new tires, an alignment will make sure that the tires are angled in the right position. This will help the vehicle’s tires get the mileage that is expected from them and not wear out early.
If you think it’s time for an alignment or if you are not sure an alignment is needed on your vehicle, give us a call and make an appointment today. Our technicians are experienced and have the most up to date tools at their disposal. We offer a shuttle service for your convenience. We do a complimentary 15-minute visual inspection every time your vehicle is in our shop to help prevent costly issues. Don’t hesitate to bring your car to Kurth’s Auto Repair.