A wheel alignment is designed to do several things. One is to minimize tire wear. Another is to improve vehicle handling. Another is to improve fuel economy. Last is to improve braking. Tires are a costly purchase and need to be protected. Good alignments measure all four wheels and they should all be adjusted to maximize tire life and handling.
If a vehicle is out of alignment the engine has to work harder to get the vehicle down the road thus affecting economy. If a vehicle is out of alignment it may pull to one side when braking. Alignments are recommended every 2 years or 50,000 kilometers. Our rough roads in winter can easily knock an alignment out. Contact us today for a pre alignment inspection and assessment.