Wheel alignment, also known as tracking, involves adjusting the angle of the front wheels so that they are parallel with each other.
The purpose of this adjustment is to maximise tyre life and ensure that the vehicle drives in a straight line.
Wheel alignment is different to but often confused with wheel balancing , which ensures that weight is distributed equally around the wheel and that the tyre rotates evenly.
Misalignment of the wheels can also result in poor fuel economy as the vehicle faces resistance on the road surface making the car work much harder to drive along in a straight line which is bad for your wallet and the environment.
Every car has a specific front wheel alignment setting. If this setting is disturbed by any of the following, your tyres can wear rapidly.
If you suspect your alignment has been disturbed, you should have it checked immediately. In any case, it should be checked every six months or 10,000kms, whichever comes first.
And when tyres or steering components have been changed.
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3D Wheel alignment service for a standard vehicle.
Wheel Balancing and Tyre not include
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