When to have alignment checked
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Thrust Angle Wheel Alignment
Non-adjustable rear suspension vehicles—front wheels are referenced to rear thrust line and set to factory specs
Four Wheel Alignment
For vehicles with adjustable rear suspension—front wheels are referenced to the rear thrust line and set to specifications
(Rear thrust line corresponds to vehicle centerline)
Time on the road will offset a car’s wheel alignment. Alignment means the way a car’s suspension adjusts how the tires connect with the road. When the angle is askew, even slightly, it can cause problems like veering to one side of the road, or increase tread wear on tires.
Our wheel alignment services can resolve this problem, extending tire life, improving fuel economy and increasing safety. We’ve invested in the latest Hunter equipment for quick and very precise wheel alignment diagnostics and adjustment. For newer cars that require it, we also offer service to reset the steering angle sensor. For more details, ask the specialists at your local Commercial Tire.
To learn more, check out our video on the Mechanic Minute.
Time for a wheel alignment check? Ask our experts. Find your nearest store by selecting the “Directions”tab at the top of this page, or check out our Locations page.
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