State-of-the-Art Alignment Equipment
Cambridge Auto Center is able to reverse all the minor and major damages to your wheel’s alignment. Normal road travel will cause wear-and-tear that gradually causes your wheels to be misaligned. For obvious reasons, this will compromise your vehicle’s safety. Your vehicle is meant to drive in a straight line without your control or assistance. When the wheels are out of line, the vehicle will start to drift to the left or the right on its own. Drivers might not realize how bad the wheel alignment is because they’re used to adjusting their steering control. Since you probably don’t drive without your hands gripping the steering wheel, you’re probably instinctively compensating for any drifting. It’s possible to drive a long time before you realize the wheels’ true condition. Stop by our shop so that our technicians can use our expert alignment equipment on your car, truck, or SUV.
Preserve Your Tire Tread
The easiest way to notice a problem with the wheel alignment is through the tire tread. Your tires will wear on one side more than the other when the wheels are misaligned. This will lead to an early replacement of your tires. Not only can this be hazardous in inclement weather or in adverse road conditions, but it makes your tires more susceptible to a flat. Tires are meant to wear down evenly so that you get the greatest return on your investment. Preserve your tires by coming to Cambridge Auto Center in San Antonio, TX for a quality wheel alignment. We use the industry’s most advanced equipment to align your wheels to exacting standards. Next time you take your vehicle out for a spin, check the tires to make sure they’re wearing evenly. It’s also a good idea to test the alignment by loosening your grip on the steering wheel. If your vehicle immediately starts wandering on the road, make us your next stop.
Wheel Alignment FAQs
Your tires should be rotated every other oil change, or as recommended in your vehicle’s owner’s manual. Neglecting to rotate tires is a major cause of premature tire wear.
Schedule Your Wheel Alignment Today!
Driving over speed bumps, potholes, and running into curbs can cause your wheels to become misaligned. Whether it’s a minor impact or a major impact, you should bring your vehicle to us at your earliest convenience. Either way, the alignment will gradually get worse over time. Wheel alignments will normally need repair after a while, but minor collisions will speed the process along. Our team is here to keep you safe and save you money. Give us a call today at 210-697-9600 to schedule your next wheel alignment service. You can also save yourself time by using our convenient online scheduling system. Next time you’re in the area–9823 Fredericksburg Road–stop by to meet our automotive repair specialists. We gladly accept all of our walk-ins!