Something may feel off when you drive, but how can you tell for sure that the wheel alignment is troubled? A mechanic runs a check through an industrial machine, and all the answers reveal themselves. Yes, signs such as the car pulling right or left give you an idea something's wrong, but only a professional inspection reveals the full story.

Once the machine confirms the wheels require aligning, the technicians go to work fixing things. The machine measure three distinct angles to see if there's an issue. The caster, for example, deals with the front to back pivot point angle. If an angle is off, the technicians correct it back to the manufacturer's specs.

Upon fixing the alignment, the car should drive straight again. Uneven tire wear, hopefully, won't be an issue, either. Don't delay on requesting service.

Do you think your car needs a wheel alignment? The service department at our dealership can check things out.

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