When your vehicle was new, the wheels, frame, suspension, and other steering components were aligned to maximize performance and reduce wear on your tires. Over time, these systems become “out of align” so the tires no longer operate parallel with each other and meet the road at the correct angle. Having an alignment done can increase the life of your tires, stabilize your car on the road, and give you greater control.
In the past, it was only necessary for a two-wheel directional alignment for vehicles. However, the suspension of today’s vehicles requires an exact four-wheel alignment. Your Tire Factory technician will perform an effective alignment to protect your vehicle from premature wear and maximize life of the tires and suspension. We also recommend an alignment anytime you replace two or more tires.