wheel alignment

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If potholes, gravel roads and other winter conditions have taken a toll on your vehicle, a wheel alignment can ensure you’re driving straight and reducing tire wear.

State-of-the-art technology on every wheel alignment. Our technicians perform computerized alignments to ensure all four wheels are parallel and sitting flat on the road, and that your steering wheel is centered


1. Precision service performed by Certified Technicians

2. Uneven tire wear inspection by Certified Technicians

3 signs you need an alignment

alignment - it feels like your vehicle is pulling to one side

It feels like your vehicle is pulling to one side

alignment - your front end shimmies after hitting a bump

Your front end shimmies after hitting a bump

alignment - your steering wheel is not centred when driving straight

Your steering wheel is not centred when driving straight

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