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Some repair shops may recommend that you purchase new tires, or simply rotate them when your vehicle actually calls for an alignment. An alignment involves making an adjustment to the vehicle’s suspension system, specifically, the angles of the tires which affect how the tires make contact with the road. Let our ASE-Certified Technicians accurately diagnose the symptoms you’re experiencing.
At Garber Chevrolet Linwood, we take the time to discover the true source of your vehicle’s problems and find the most appropriate, affordable solution. It doesn’t matter vehicle make, model, or age- trust us to straighten out your ride!
Wheel & Tire Alignment FAQ’s—
Everything you need to know about alignments—
A properly aligned vehicle is the best way to guarantee a comfortable ride every single time, as well as ensure exceptional handling and minimal wear and tear on the tires. A few circumstances that may result in your vehicle becoming misaligned include catching the edge of a curb with your tire, driving on rough roads, or in some cases, merely aging over time.
If you put an alignment on the back burner when your vehicle calls for it, there is a good chance it will cost you in more ways than one – versus taking care of it in the first place. For instance, you may be at risk of wearing down your tires more quickly, experience unreliable handling, and you may even put yourself and others in danger as your vehicle’s stability worsens.
Furthermore, it is important to bear in mind that alignments are never a “one-size-fits-all” scenario across different vehicles. Every make and model has specific recommendations and requirements which should be followed as closely as possible. Your friendly Garber Chevrolet Linwood technician can provide you with all the necessary information to make sure your vehicle is properly aligned so your safety on the road is never in question.