Wheel alignment is a very important to the overall maintenance of a car.
It ensures that the vehicle’s wheels are capable of delivering top performance levels in fuel economy, comfort and handling.
Over time, your vehicle’s wheel alignment will change – through everyday usage and bumps from rough roads and hitting the curb.
When we talk about wheel alignment, we are referring to the angle in which a vehicle’s wheels and tyres come into direct contact with the tarmac.
Three main types of wheel alignment
Key signs that your vehicle requires the wheel alignment checked and fixed include uneven tyre wear and the vehicle pulling to the side when driving.