Front Wheel Alignment
The symptoms of poor front wheel alignment include steering pull and poor cornering, vibration and uneven tyre wear. Poor alignment can even increase your long-term fuel costs.
Many drivers never question whether their wheels are all pointing in the same direction but it isn't necessarily the case. Potholes and component wear can deflect wheel orientation in three different directions - camber, caster and toe (in and out). In our experience, these deflections affect your vehicle's handling and will accelerate the rate of wear of other components, including the tyres and steering couplings.
Front wheel alignment is the most likely to need adjustment. Our garage is equipped with the latest laser equipment to perform highly accurate front wheel alignment. We can check all four wheels if needed. Why not book-in for a free tyre check and discuss a front wheel alignment with our fully qualified fitters. You can book a slot through our online contact form.
Book Front Wheel Alignment with Biggleswade MOT Centre Limited
The simple act of banging a kerb or hitting a pothole can skew your wheel alignment. Poorly aligned wheels result in irregular and accelerated tyre wear and can affect the handling and safety of your vehicle. Let us give you peace of mind and ensure you get the maximum wear from your new tyres by ensuring the wheels are correctly aligned. Please note that the price shown is for two wheel alignment.