Keeping your car properly aligned is essential for steering response and will reduce tire wear.
We recommend having the alignment checked at least every 12,000 miles or once a year to keep your vehicle driving straight and true.
Potholes, curbs, rough roads or too much uneven weight can throw off the alignment.
If you notice any of the following, your alignment could need adjusting:
- Uneven or unusually rapid tire wear
- Pulling to one side or vibrating while driving
- Steering column isn’t straight
- Feels ‘loose’ or wants to wander
Groff’s Automotive will get the car on track by adjusting the angles of the wheels back to manufacturers' specifications. And by keeping your car aligned you will reduce tire wear, get better gas mileage, you’ll notice improved handling while driving and you’ll be safer on the road.