Uneven tire wear, vibration while driving at highway speeds, and the car pulling to one side while driving straight or poor handling capability – especially after a crash, hitting a pothole, or drive over a curb – may mean your vehicle’s alignment is damaged. Tire alignment refers to the vehicle’s suspension adjustment affecting how tires touch the road. Driving with an uneven alignment can lead to expensive damage such as stressing the steering rack and driveshaft, and prematurely wearing tires.
Adjusting the alignment on your vehicle is necessarily over the lifetime of your vehicle, even if you have not experienced damage. The technicians at Harrell’s Tire & Auto Service can easily adjust your vehicle’s alignment back to the manufacturer’s original settings. Raising your vehicle on an alignment lift with computerized sensors determines the correct adjustment needed. An adjustment at Harrell’s will give you peace of mind that your tires are safely aligned to the road.