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Steering alignment

  • Steering alignment

    In our store we provide steering alignment service with state-of-the-art leiser machine.

    Many years of experience and specialized staff,
    is the recipe for success that established us in space!

    When to check alignment
    If you notice your car pulling right or left when you leave the steering wheel for a moment on a flat road, you need to go to check for alignment.

    Adjusting the alignment means adjusting the front and rear suspension parts. If your vehicle is not properly adjusted, this may cause the tire to deteriorate prematurely.


    Always check alignment when:

    • You have hit something.
    • You notice that your tires are worn abnormally or unevenly.
    • Troubleshooting with vehicle towing or handling:
    • Your vehicle pulls or drifts to one side.
    • Your steering wheel does not return easily after a turn or is in a turning position as you go straight.
    • You are buying a new set of tires and want it to last as long as possible.
    • Replace a post or address

    Why is alignment important?
    In most vehicles, the alignment is designed from scratch to minimize wear and tear and maximize driver and passenger comfort.

    Proper alignment of the 4 wheels reduces tire wear, thereby increasing their service life and performance and contributes to fuel savings.

    This adjustment also improves behavior and safety by reducing vehicle drag and deflection.

    Why is alignment deregulated?
    Alignment can be deregulated by a pavement or puddle crash, but also by more serious causes, such as an accident where your vehicle was struck and the alignment was deregulated.

    When the alignment is incorrect, the tire tip deteriorates faster, affecting vehicle behavior. This will lead you to change your tires sooner than expected.

    A simple deregulation can cause serious problems

    The purpose of the alignment is to refine road grip and maximize tire life.

    The main reasons to keep alignment right:
    • Make savings
    • Your tires last longer
    • Your vehicle rolls more easily with less tire rolling resistance

    How is the wheel alignment adjusted?
    Why is alignment deregulated?

    Alignment can be deregulated by a pavement or puddle crash, but also by more serious causes, such as an accident where your vehicle was struck and the alignment was deregulated.

    When the alignment is incorrect, the tire tip deteriorates faster, affecting vehicle behavior. This will lead you to change your tires sooner than expected.

    A simple deregulation can cause serious problems

    The main reasons to keep alignment right:
    • Make savings
    • Your tires last longer
    • Your vehicle rolls more easily with less tire rolling resistance

    How is the wheel alignment adjusted?
    The three main alignment settings are the alignment, the convergence or the opening, the angle of incidence.

    Adjusting the alignment consists of adjusting the angles of the wheels to give them the right convergence or opening and alignment.

    Alignment is the angle that the wheel forms when looking at the vehicle uphill.

    When this angle is too high, there is an uneven wear:

    We are talking about a positive alignment when the top of the wheel is distant from the vehicle.

    Overly positive alignment deteriorates the tires on their outer edges.

    We are talking about negative alignment when the top of the wheel tilts towards the interior of the vehicle.

    Too much negative alignment deteriorates the tires on their inner sides.

    The angle of alignment is studied and adjusted to keep the tire as flat as possible on the ground when taking a turn.

    If there is a large angle difference between the front wheels, the vehicle will tend to pull clearly to one side.

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