Alignment

Alignment If your vehicle seems like it’s pulling to one side or it feels wobbly, you could be in need of an alignment. Every time you drive, your vehicle experiences vibrations and over time, this can affect the alignment. If you drive over rough terrain, do a lot of city driving, or you deal with a lot of potholes, your need for a wheel alignment might be more frequent than other drivers. Normal wear and tear will also cause you to need an alignment in order to protect your tires. If you notice an unusual noise, this could also be a sign that your wheels are no longer in alignment.

When you don’t get your wheels aligned, it can cause the tread on your tires to wear down more quickly than normal. Not only will this cost you more in fuel consumption, but it can also potentially cause a flat tire. An alignment service is much less expensive than having to replace tires, so be sure to include it as part of your overall preventative maintenance. You should also include tire rotation in your alignment services to ensure more even wear of the tire tread. Be aware of unusual vibrations in the steering wheel when you travel at higher speeds, as this could be an indication that your vehicle is misaligned.

Get an Alignment ASAP

If you’ve noticed some red flags and think you might need an alignment, it’s important not to put it off. Driving with misaligned wheels can cause serious safety threats to yourself, your passengers, and other drivers on the road. With proper alignment services, you can eliminate this worry. At Shums Auto Repair in Philadelphia, PA, we use the best and newest tools and equipment to ensure that your vehicle is aligned to the utmost precision. Our specialty is Road Force Balancing, which is a next-level wheel balancing tool that gives you better handling along with vibration-free driving.

Our technicians are highly skilled and have the experience needed to use the latest, greatest alignment equipment that will keep you driving on the straight and narrow. When your wheels are not aligned, it can cause a wide range of issues like poor handling, lower fuel economy, and worn-out tires. Make sure you contact us to schedule your alignment services as soon as possible. We will make sure that your vehicle is driving straight and your tires are preserved. Get your alignment checked every time you bring your car in for an oil change for best results.

For all your automotive service and repair needs, visit Shums Auto Repair in Philadelphia, PA or call us at 215-856-4123 to schedule an appointment today!

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