Do You Need A Wheel Alignment?

Lynchburg roads can be your wheels’ worst enemy. If you often drive down poorly maintained roads, drive through pot holes, or even hit bumps or a curb, your alignment can be greatly affected. Since downtown Lynchburg and Liberty University always seem to have road construction going on this probably means you’ve been affected at least to some degree.

Glenn A. Trent Wheel AlignmentEven the smallest alignment issue can cause uneven tire wear.  If your car drifts to one side or you have to turn the steering wheel slightly to straighten, that is a good indication that your wheels are out of alignment. Before you call for an alignment though it’s a good idea to check your tire pressure.  Improperly inflated tires can also cause a vehicle to pull to one side, whether they are under inflated or even over inflated.  You can check this on your own for free at any local Sheetz.  Learn more here.

If you check your tire pressure and they look ok, it may be time to schedule your car for service to have the wheels aligned.  It’s a good idea to have your wheels aligned very 6,000 miles or so anyway.  This will help your tires last longer, your vehicle to drive more smoothly, and ultimately make your vehicle more safe to drive.  You will also save your car by having it use less energy to keep going, potentially saving a ton of fuel depending on how much alignment was required.

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