FAQs – Wheel Alignment
TOP FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
A normal car alignment (whether a two wheel or a four wheel), will take on average about one hour.
Alignment meant to be adjusted in the back because the back tires set the “thrust angle” of the vehicle and the front tires merely correct for conditions.
Yes, you can get an alignment before buying new tires.
Alignment refers to an adjustment of a vehicle’s suspension – the system that connects a vehicle to its wheels.
The mechanic adjusts the various suspension angles — known as toe, thrust, camber and caster — that influence tire movement and position.
A wheel alignment isn’t necessary when you have new tires installed, but it’s a really (like, really) good idea. An alignment helps ensure that all four tires are correctly angled with each other and the road.
We recommend doing the wheel alignment every two-three years or if there are signs that the alignment is off.
No alignment isn’t effected by changing the tire..
No, alignment is suppose to last for 2 to 3 years.
Sudden jarring or heavy impact caused by hitting something, such as a pothole, bumping a curb, or a road accident.