Wheel Alignment

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Wheel Alignment


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Car ‘pulling’ to one side? Tyres not wearing evenly?

Wheel alignment is an area of car maintenance we don’t often think about.

Wheels should be perpendicular to the ground and parallel to each other. Even a small misalignment may cause poor handling, wear and tear on your tyre, leading to premature replacement and accelerated wear on suspension parts.

What’s more, your car may start to ‘pull’ to one side, which may prove dangerous when driving. We recommend that wheel alignment is checked at least once a year or more often if you regularly drive over speed bumps, potholes or kerbs.

Wheel Alignment at ATS Euromaster

At ATS Euromaster, our expert technicians will check the alignment on the front axel of your vehicle and adjust the tracking in accordance with the manufacturer’s specifications.

Select your vehicle make from the drop down list e.g. Audi, Ford
Select your car model from the drop down list e.g. A3, FOCUS
Select your engine size from the drop down list e.g. 1.9D, 1.6
Select year of registration
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Select your preferred tyre brand to narrow your search further
Select the section width of your tyre. This is the nominal width of the tyre's cross-section in millimetres and can be found on the tyre wall e.g. 205 
Select the aspect ration of your tyre. This is the ratio of the side wall height to the cross section width and can be found on the tyre wall after the section width e.g. 55
Select the rim diameter of your tyre. This is the diamater (in inches) of the wheel that the tyre is designed to fit and can be found on the tyre side wall after the aspect ratio e.g. 15

Select the speed rating for your tyre. This is a letter which indicates the speed at which the tyre can carry the load corresponding to the load index. This can be found on the tyre side wall e.g. V

Select the load index for your tyre. This number shows the maximum weight the tyre can carry at the speed indicated by its speed rating symbol. The load index can be found on the tyre side wall next to the speed rating e.g. 88