Have you noticed difficulties with steering, or your vehicle pulling to one side?
Are your tyres wearing on one side more than the other?
These symptoms are classic signs of wheel misalignment!
Wheel alignment (or tracking) is an important part of car maintenance. It refers to the angle and direction at which your wheels are set.
Your wheels need to be aligned to the recommended position as outlined in your vehicle's manufacturer specification.
Hitting kerbs or driving at speed through a pothole can result in wheel misalignment. Poorly aligned tyres can affect road holding and decrease the life of your tyres, so it's really important to check your wheels regularly.
Tyre wear is not the only area of your car that can suffer if your wheels are incorrectly aligned. Braking distance, driving quality and fuel consumption are all affected.