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Wheel Alignment adjusts the angles of your vehicle’s wheels to original specs for best gas mileage,
proper road contact, a smooth ride, and the longest tire life.
 When is an Alignment Recommended?
    -  You get new tires.
    -  You lower or lift your vehicle.  
Suspension parts that affect the tire angles are replaced or adjusted.
    -  You’ve had a fender-bender or a hard impact with a curb or road debris.
    -  Also, get a check annually, or twice yearly if you typically travel on                        rough roads.  Regular checks are important because alignment                              issues aren’t always obvious.  The wrong toe angle can go                                        unnoticed and so can  a typical tire wear. Cars usually  go out of                            alignment gradually, so you may  not realize how much it was                                impacting drivability, gas mileage or tire wear until it’s corrected.
    - You notice uneven tire wear, steering pull, or an off-center steering wheel.
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5 Best Reasons
for Regular Maintenance Alignments
1.Fuel Efficiency
Studies show misalignment
can decrease gas mileage by up to 10%. Instead of rolling freely, misaligned tires drag. That means you could be spending more money on gas.

2. Smoother Ride
When your tires are out of alignment,
your vehicle tends to pull to  the left or right, leading to a jarring, bumpy, or even vibration-filled ride.

3. Improved Steering
f your wheels are out of alignment, it's harder to steer. You may even find yourself holding the steering wheel at an awkward angle to drive the car straight or veering from side to side.  

This lack of control increases your likelihood of being involved in an accident. Proper wheel alignment means you’re able to steer clear of those problems and maintain stable control of your car.

4. Fewer Auto Repairs
It's rough out there. If your tires are misaligned, a little jolt could lead to big problems. 
Hitting a pothole, debris in the road, or clipping a curb for example, can cause way more damage to your tires and suspension components. 

Spending a small amount of money on a wheel alignment can prevent you from shelling out big bucks for bigger auto repairs down the road. They say an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure!    

5. Longer Lasting Tires
Misalignment may lead to premature and uneven tire wear. If you wait to get a wheel alignment until it’s too late, you could find yourself buying new tires more frequently. Little known fact: once uneven tire wear has occurred, it will not “correct itself” rather, the tire rubber will continue to wear in that same uneven pattern.

Tires become “feathered” when the tread is smooth or more worn down on one side than the other.
Is the inside or outside edge of your tire tread looking much more worn than the center of the tread?
Time for an Alignment!

Often mis-understood or mis-diagnosed as needing alignment; vibration in your steering wheel, floorboard, or seat. If this occurs at higher (freeway) speeds only, that is signal it's time for tire balancing at a tire shop. Wheel alignment will not correct that.

Tire balancing (also known as wheel balancing) corrects uneven distribution of weight in the wheels. Imbalanced wheels can also lead to damage to the suspension over time.

Also, Interestingly; the part of your car that trembles can indicate whether the front or back wheels need balancing. If it's in the steering wheel, it’s likely your front tires. If it's in the seats, the imbalance is in the back wheels.

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