Wheel Alignment

Wheel Alignment

When in the market for new tires, it is important to ensure you also receive a wheel alignment. Wheel alignment maintains the lifetime of newly installed tires and provides a tracked driving experience.

When should I receive an alignment?

Three words: camber, caster, toe-in. While you may not be familiar with these words, they are amongst a host of technical terms, all of which are aspects that need to be checked for proper tire alignment. It is best to leave this up to the experienced Chabill’s Tire & Auto Service technicians who can guarantee your car will drive safely. It is important to get an alignment performed when new tires are installed; otherwise, the alignment of worn tires will have uneven contact with the road. Here are a few warning signs to look out for when in need of alignment:

  • The car pulls to the left or right
  • You have difficulty maintaining control of the steering wheel
  • The tire tread has been worn down unevenly
  • The front wheels are not properly aligned, causing tracking issues

Why Chabill’s Tire & Auto Service?

Inspecting the tire alignment can also uncover steering or suspension problems as well as drive line issues. Chabill’s Tire & Auto Service performs these diagnostics at no additional cost. Call us today to schedule your next wheel alignment in conjunction with your other vehicle maintenance needs. Chabill's Tire & Auto Service is proud to be the local auto repair shop and provider of tires nearest to you!

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