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Wheel Alignment

Wheel alignment, also known as tire alignment, is the process of adjusting the angles of the wheels so that they are perpendicular to the ground and parallel to each other. This is done to ensure that the tires make proper contact with the road and to optimize the handling, performance, and safety of the vehicle.

During a wheel alignment service, a technician will use special equipment to measure the current angles of the wheels and then make adjustments to the camber, caster, and toe angles as needed to bring them back into proper alignment. Camber refers to the inward or outward tilt of the wheels, caster refers to the angle of the steering axis, and toe refers to the direction that the wheels point relative to the centerline of the vehicle.

Proper wheel alignment can help to improve fuel efficiency, reduce tire wear and tear, and improve handling and stability. It is recommended to have your wheels aligned whenever you purchase new tires, replace suspension components, or experience any handling issues such as pulling to one side or uneven tire wear.

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