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.