Many things can cause incorrect wheel alignment, for example – driving against a kerb, hitting a pothole or by worn suspension or steering components. It’s worth keeping an eye out for unusual wear on your tyres, such as ‘feathering’ on the inside or outside shoulder. Run your hand over the edges of your tyres, if it feels smooth one way and rough the other the wheel alignment may need adjusting.
Incorrect wheel alignment can result in premature and uneven tyre wear and can affect the handling and safety of the vehicle.
Tracking the wheel alignment back to the manufacturer settings can help to:
- Limit excessive and uneven wear
- Correct a misaligned steering wheel
- Improve handling and prevent ‘pull’
- Improve fuel consumption
To get the most out of your tyres add either a Wheel Alignment for only £29.00 or FREE Wheel Alignment Check to your basket with any online order today.
Balancing your wheels can save you time and money.
Wheels that are out of balance usually produce a vibration above certain speeds that can be felt through the steering wheel.
Correctly balanced wheels help to eliminate this vibration, ensuring a smoother ride and help limit premature wear to suspension and steering components, rotating parts and tyres.
For only £5.00 per wheel, add wheel balancing to your basket with any online order today.