Wheel alignment, also known as tracking, ensures that the wheels are perpendicular to the road and parallel to each other. You have the option of having a 2 wheel alignment (front axle) or a 4 wheel alignment (front and rear axles).
Our technician will inspect the camber, toe, and caster during the assessment. Camber is the angle of the steering pivot as seen from the side of the vehicle; toe is the direction the tyres point in relation to each other; and caster is the angle of the steering pivot as seen from the side of the vehicle.
After the wheels have been evaluated, adjustments to the tie rods and control arms can be made to correct alignment to the manufacturer’s recommended position.
Correctly aligned tyres reduce the risk of other parts (such as suspension) wearing out prematurely, saving you money on potentially costly repairs.
Our garage is equipped with alignment technology and can perform both 2 and 4 wheel services at reasonable prices.