Tire & Wheel Alignment

Your wheels perform best when they are lined up straight. But the common bumps, holes and swerves of driving can make tires go out of alignment. So can aging shocks or struts. When the wheels are even a little bit out of alignment - less than you might be able to see - tires wear out faster. Gas mileage goes down. Even your control and handling can be affected.

What it is: Wheel alignment (some people call it a tire alignment) should be checked when tires are rotated or installed, or as often as your owner's manual suggests. In addition, have it checked if:

  • You hit a curb or pothole, or are in a fender-bender
  • The car pulls to the left or right
  • Your steering wheel is not centered when wheels are pointing ahead
  • You notice your tires wearing unevenly

Benefits: A car with a good alignment can give you better gas mileage, tire wear and safety. Not sure whether you need an alignment? A free wheel alignment check at any of our stores can tell you.

Align your wheels often to improve steering, fuel mileage and tire wear. Our expert technicians have the right tools and knowledge for a perfect alignment every time, and we offer 1-year, 3-year and 5-year programs that make it easy and save you money.

Service: We use computer testing to make sure your tires are aligned just right.

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