To prevent vibration, skidding, noise, and abnormal wear, wheel alignment inspection is necessary.
The Importance of Wheel Alignment
The purpose of wheel alignment is to adjust front-wheel handling while driving. If wheel alignment is off, the tire life is shortened whilst car and mileage performance also decreases.
Aspects of Wheel Alignment
When to Check Wheel Alignment
An inspection is required when,
- The car has been in an accident.
- After tire replacement.
- When there is abnormal tire wear on the tires shoulder.
- When the handling is unstable and/or wobbles.
- When ride quality has become rougher or fuel economy has declined.