How do you know when your car’s alignment is off? When a vehicle’s suspension, steering, and driveline components begin to wear, you will feel the vibration, experience the steering inconsistency, and see the premature tire wear. Have those worn parts replaced with the first signs of trouble and you will drive away from our shop with a car that handles like you can’t even remember.
Have questions about your vehicle’s alignment, or anything else regarding car and truck repair? Our website is a fountain of information on maintenance, tires, and repair. Visit our site and request your first appointment for alignment service, or just about anything else.
What Is A Standard Alignment Service?
- Initial visual inspection of suspension, steering systems, air pressure, and tire condition.
- Vehicle placed on alignment rack and measurements are taken.
- Print initial tire alignment readings.
- Camber, caster and toe angles are adjusted.
- Print final tire alignment readings.
- Test drive the vehicle.
What Is A Wheel Alignment Check?
- Inspection of: vehicle suspension, steering systems, tire air pressure, and tire condition.
- Laser sensors measure the current alignment settings while the vehicle is on an alignment rack.
Your #1 Local Alignment Service
Wheel alignment is a crucial factor in how well your vehicle takes you through the hairiest of turns and keeps you straight on the longest stretches of highway. A misaligned chassis is a sure way to wear your tires out prematurely and put yourself, your passengers, and other drivers in danger. The only way to know for sure is to bring your vehicle to Lake Gaston Auto & RV for a complete suspension system and steering inspection that comes with each car alignment.
We adhere to the strict recommendations of your vehicle’s manufacturer to ensure the best possible service and work that does not negate your warranty or lease terms. Come to us with a wonky chassis and drive away with a car that handles like the first drive all over again. Our service is guaranteed and long-lasting.
* See your Auto Advisor for complete terms and conditions of written limited warranties.