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HOW DOES IT WORK?

Wheel alignment refers to all the elements that makes a vehicle go straight when driving and steering wheel staying on the centre. Wheel alignment consists of 3 measurements toe, camber and caster. A vehicle can lose its alignment when it hits massive pothole or curb.

REASON FOR POOR ALIGNMENT:

  • Low Tyre Pressure: Underinflated tires can cause a vehicle to pull or drift to right side or left. Not having the correct tyre pressure can change the height of the suspension and cause a misalignment.
  • Heavy impact: Driving with high speed over road humps, potholes or hitting road curbs can alter a vehicles alignment. Alignment can also be affected when met in a car accident.
  • Worn suspension: All vehicle suspensions are made to wear and tear over time or damaged when met with heavy impact. When replacing a worn suspension part, it is advised to do an alignment aswell.
  • Tyre Wear: If you notice one of your tyre is more worn than the others, it’s an indication of a bad alignment.

KEEPING WHEEL ALIGNED:

  • Tyre Pressure: Keep your tyres nflated at the recommended PSI or BAR
  • Driving: Drive carefully over potholes or humps.
  • Faulty: Repair faulty suspensions when advised on MOT or when noticing a fault.
  • Tyre Wear: Rotate tyres regularly and check wheel balance.

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