Common Questions and Answers
Do i need wheel alignment with new tyres?
In many cases the alignment is out and causing tyre damage, even when the car is driving perfectly straight. Protect your brand new tyres against rapid wear by doing wheel alignment when you fit new tyres and every 5,000 to 10,000 km after.
What can cause wheel alignement problems?
Badly maintained roads, potholes, curbs and other road hazards disrupts your vehicle's wheel alignment settings. This in turn causes poor handling and rapid tyre wear.
How often should I do wheel alignment?
In perfect road conditions, wheel alignment should be done every 10,000km. If the roads you drive on are uneven or poorly maintained, it may be necessary to redo your wheel alignment every 5,000 km to protect your tyres from uneven wear.
Can my car pull if my wheel alignment is in spec?
Unfortunately, yes... Other factors such as tyre conocity, buckled wheels, uneven tyre pressure and worn suspension parts can cause your vehicle to pull to one side, even if the wheel alignment is in specification.