Tracking True In CA; Wheel Alignment In Greenhaven/PocketDec 26th, 2012
Wheel alignment is often overlooked by busy Greenhaven/Pocket car owners until serious tire damage has been done. One wheel can be knocked out of alignment from the rest by hitting a curb or pothole on Greenhaven/Pocket roads.
The tires will wear out very quickly and will need to be replaced prematurely. It could also lead to suspension damage. Conversely, worn suspension or steering components can lead to alignment problems for Greenhaven/Pocket motorists.
But the big issue for Greenhaven/Pocket motorists is safety. When your vehicle wheels are out of alignment, the vehicle will pull to one side, which could lead to an accident. When you're out of alignment, you should have it taken care of right away at Greenhaven Shell.
Signs of alignment problems are: Your car pulls to one side. Also, your steering wheel may not be centered when you're going straight. If you see the edges of one or more tires rapidly wearing down, you should have your technician at Greenhaven Shell look it over.
If you've been in an accident in Greenhaven/Pocket that involved a wheel, you should get your alignment checked. A big jolt can seriously knock things out of alignment, but Greenhaven/Pocket drivers also need to understand that a series of smaller ones can add up. Worn steering or suspension components can also lead to alignment problems for Greenhaven/Pocket drivers. That's why your vehicle manufacturer recommends periodic alignment checks.
If your vehicle owner's manual doesn't specify, once a year might be appropriate. Or check with Sal Tripoli or your service advisor at Greenhaven Shell in Sacramento. He'll also be able to tell you if your vehicle requires a four wheel alignment or if just the front wheels can be aligned.
One thing's for sure: the cost of the alignment at Greenhaven Shell is cheaper than having to buy a couple of new tires because of neglect.
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