Remember drawing in “connect the dot” books when you were younger, excited to see what picture the dots made? Some of us still play connect the dots while driving on our local roads. Sometimes it is unavoidable in Chester County.
Your vehicle's manufacturer specifies carefully calculated adjustments and precise settings for wheel alignment that will reward you with maximum vehicle performance, optimum driving enjoyment and cost savings.
Over time the wheel alignment or wheel angles change on your vehicle due to road conditions, driving habits and plain old time. Suspension bushings wear, deform or crack, metal wear in your vehicle’s steering or sagging of the springs can cause huge changes from the manufacturer specifications. Your wheel alignment also should be checked after hitting large potholes or any sudden impacts. Similarly, the wheel alignment also needs to be done after replacement any of the major suspension or steering components.
Protect your investment in your vehicle by keeping your wheels properly aligned.