Why wheel alignments are necessary (Part 2)

August 1st, 2016

 

This is part 2 of our series on the imprtance of regular wheel alignments. Click here for part 1.

Wheel alignments extends tire life. 

When your car has improperly aligned wheels, one you will notice premature wear and tear of the tires. For unaligned wheels, the tires tend to wear either on the edges or all over the tread. The tearing is usually uneven, and the tires are likely to make a noise when you are driving down the road.

As tire technology continues to advance, tires are becoming more and more expensive. If you are not careful with the wheels alignment of your car, then you might find yourself spending a fortune replacing your tires now and then.

Wheels alignment reduces suspension wear.

If there is anything that can be costly in car maintenance, it is suspensions replacement. It is estimated that the cost of replacing the four shock absorbers can range from $350 to $1500. When the wheels of a car are not properly aligned, the wheel bearings, tie rod ends, ball joints, and other suspension parts are likely to wear faster.

Regular wheel alignment checks will ensure that the suspension system of your car is protected from damage

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