Get the vehicle’s 3D HD 4 Wheel Alignment checked by our notable professional’s at the most reasonable prices in Kildare.
Wheel alignment is a very important in maximizing the effectiveness of your tyres and steering. If your wheel alignment is out of sync it can cause excessive tyre wear. This can create issues with your steering.
At Hot Wheels Autos, Kilcock Tyre Centre we use computers to check and align your wheels. We are proud to offer our customers the most advanced HD 4 wheel laser technology on the market.
When we set about aligning the wheels of your car, we adjust the angles of the wheels. So that they are perfectly perpendicular to the ground and parallel to each other. This means that you will maximise the life of your tyre. Your car will track correctly when driving, meaning you have a straight drive..
Wheel Alignment Extends Tyre Life
Wheel alignment is part of standard vehicle maintenance that consists of adjusting the angles of the wheels so that they are perpendicular to the ground and parallel to each other.
The purpose of these adjustments is maximum tyre life and a vehicle that tracks straight and true when driving along a straight and level road. The primary angles are the basic angle alignment of the wheels relative to each other and to the car body. These adjustments are the camber, caster and toe.
Properly aligned wheels extend tyre life and improve fuel economy. It is recommended that a vehicle’s wheels be aligned at least once a year or every 15,000 kilometers.
When a car starts pulling to one side, most drivers suspect that the wheels might be out of alignment. Irregular tyre wear, vibration, and odd handling are other clues. Misalignment is caused by impacts from hitting potholes and bumps, loose steering or suspension components and wear from aging suspension components.
The Importance of Proper Alignment
Why is My Vehicle Out-of-Alignment?
When your vehicle is out-of-alignment, its suspension and steering systems no longer function at their intended angles resulting in rapid, uneven treadwear – the primary reason for requiring tyre replacement. Alignment issues typically occur as a result of wheel impact on damaged roads, speed ramps or curbs and/or wear and tear of suspension parts due to a vehicle’s high mileage.
How do You Know you Need an Alignment
Misaligned tyres can cause uneven tyre wear, poor fuel economy, poor handling and an uncomfortable ride for you and your passengers.
We have identified four common ways to determine whether your vehicle requires a wheel alignment.