Wheel Alignment & Balancing is the process of making sure tires are properly installed on your vehicle - somewhat parallel to each other and perpendicular to the ground. The goal is to make sure alignment is maintained, and tire wear is distributed evenly.

Wear Distribution

There is no clear-cut interval when alignment should be checked, but it's a good idea to do it twice a year whether you see any damage or not. Unfortunately, there are only two options when it comes to wheel alignment: (1) wait to see the irreversible damage on your tires or (2) be proactive.

Many service centers offer free alignment checks, so if you hit a pothole too fast or knock into a curb, you probably should consider checking it during your next vehicle maintenance visit.