Wheel Alignment is the automotive industry term describing the condition of your vehicle’s wheel angles. The three-wheel angles – the camber, toe, and caster – define the three points of pivot where the wheel-tire assembly meets the suspension system. When each wheel is in perfect alignment, every wheel is pointed in the correct direction, opposing wheels are parallel to one another, and front steering wheels turn parallel to each other.
When each wheel is in factory-specified alignment, the tires’ tread meets the road flatly. When each tire meets the road perfectly, you realize the benefits of wheel alignment, including even tread wear, maximum tire life, a smoother driving experience, and decreased long-term operational expenses. If your front wheels are showing symptoms of misalignment, it is an excellent response to schedule Two-Wheel Alignment Service at Rolling Hills Honda to restore factory specifications. Our Service Center is located conveniently in St. Joseph, MO near Elwood, KS and Savannah, MO.
Misaligned wheel angles will wreak havoc on your tires. Minor angle problems will usually cause minor symptoms; however, misaligned wheel angles won’t correct themselves and the symptoms will only worsen with time. Here are the most common symptoms associated with misaligned wheels:
Two-Wheel Alignment is also called a front-wheel alignment service because it focuses on the front steering wheels exclusively. The front wheels handle significant steering forces that the rear wheels do not face, which causes the front wheels’ angles to get knocked out of alignment faster. Two-Wheel alignment service features a factory-trained technician and computerized wheel alignment equipment. The expert technician will use the laser-guided alignment equipment to assess and reset each of the wheel angles as needed to establish factory specifications.