What is Wheel Alignment?
Wheel Alignment - or Tracking - refers to how your tyres sit on the ground and the angle of which they point down the road ahead
Correct wheel alignment ensures that your vehicle's wheel are set to the manufacturers specification, keeping you on the straight and narrow.
Effects of poor wheel alignment
Poor wheel alignment is one of the major causes of premature wear in tyres. Having incorrectly aligned wheels will accelarate the rate your tyres wear. If you are buying new tyres it is very important to have your vehicles wheel alignment checked to get the most out of them in terms of durability, safety and performance.
Wheel alignement problems are usually caused by hitting kerbs, speed bumps, driving through pot-holes in the road or by excessive wear to steering or suspension components. At Bold Tyres (Tyre Hub), we would recommend checking your wheel alignment at least two to three times a year (based on 12000 miles per year usage) to ensure you get the most out of your tyres.
Benefits of Correct Wheel Alignment
- Increased Tyre Life - correct wheel alignemnt can add thousands of miles to your tyres
- Saving You Money - the longer the tyre lasts, the less you have to spend!
- Better Fuel Economy - correct wheel alignment creates less drag and rolling resistance, in turn lowering your fuel use
- Improved Handling
- 4 Wheel Alignment improves handling and stops problems such as pulling
At Bold Tyres (Tyre Hub) we opperate on fully computerised wheel alignment systems that cover all aspects of adjustments (Toe, Camber and Caster) on modern vehicles, from cars and light commercial vehicles to 4x4 and Performance vehicles
The Supertracker systems provide before and after printouts and amazing accuracy thanks to using the vehicle manufacturer's factory settings to make any required adjustments. Live monitors allow you to watch your vehicle as the wheel alignment adjustments are carried out in the workshop.
Call us now to arrange your FREE Wheel Alignment check