Typically, wheel alignment should be done every 2-3 years, when you have new tires installed, or when you have your tie-rods changed.
Otherwise, here are 4 signs your car wheels need alignment:
- Your steering wheel is off-center.
- When you are driving straight on a flat road, your steering doesn't sit straight and centered.
- Your vehicle pulls to one direction
- When driving straight on a flat road. You have to put much effort to keeping the car driving straight.
- Abnormal tire wear. This is when you notice more wear on the outside or inside of the tires.
If symptom #2 persists, or car quickly gets out of alignment, that’s indicative of a deeper issue to be examined. Get an expert to inspect your suspension members and steering rack. You can schedule an inspection today at www.jiffix.com.ng