Wheel alignment, could be affected by hitting potholes in the road or running against kerbs.

It can also be due to, steering and suspension wear.

Incorrect wheel alignment, may result in tyre wear and effect the handling and safety of your vehicle.

It is important to have the direction and angle of the wheels and tyres set right, to the manufacturers specifications.  This includes the toe in and the toe out, also the positive or negative camber levels.

Any unusual tyre wear on the inside or the outside, could indicate incorrect settings and would need to be checked.

If you think your front tyres are showing signs of uneven wear,  simply phone us or call in, with your vehicle.

We can check the vehicle alignment settings, to the manufacturers specifications.   

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