Vehicle alignment plays a critical role in the performance of your vehicle, and here are the three biggest ways:
Tire life and savings. When your vehicle's suspension system is out of alignment, it's probably going to lead to uneven tire wear, and that means a shorter life expectancy for your tires. With regular alignment, however, your tires will last longer and save you money.
Safety. When your wheels aren't aligned, it can cause your vehicle to pull right or left, undermining your control and handling.
Comfort. Aligned wheels are much safer to drive on, and they also make driving much easier and enjoyable.
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Spring is here! Why not service your vehicle now ahead of the summer vacation drives. Plus you'll have have added bonus of having your vehicle detailed, removing all of the winter season build up of salt and it's related damage to your vehicle's finish and interior.
We can measure tread depth with pinpoint accuracy using our new Tread Spec laser diagnostic measuring technology. Come in today for a complimentary tire inspection which now includes:
See your service adviser for details.
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