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Wheel Alignment

A wheel alignment is essential for even tyre wear which will give your tyres a longer life. Although the tyres are not the fault (they are merely being presented to the road on the wrong angle) it is very correctable and adds miles to your tyre life.

These simple tips will help increase tyre life and reduce cost and stress!

 

Correct wheel alignment is a major determinant of how much life you get out of your tyres. You should have your alignment checked;

*When fitting new tyres,

*After accident repairs

*Replacement of any steering or suspension parts.

 

Warning signs that alignment is in need of adjustment include;

*Irregular tyre wear - on front or rear tyres

*Heavy steering

*Vehicle wandering and hard to keep in a straight line

*Excessive road shock being felt through the steering wheel

*Vehicle steering wheel not returning to centre

Correct Alignment will;

*Save excessive uneven and premature tyre wear

*Save Fuel

*Enhance cornering and general handling

 

With the PRISM aligners targets are fitted to the front wheels and so-called pods (POortabel Device) are provided on the rear wheels. With this special technology - a combination of single features of CCD and 3D technologies - which is used in the wheel aligners Visualiner PRISM of John Bean the optical communication on the front axle cannot be interrupted – hence no spoiler adaptors are necessary. On the other hand wheel alignment is highly flexible with these aligners so that they can be used on different alignment bays, handling all vehicles from the small Smart car to a large van. 

 

The vehicle specifications are sourced directly from the OEM and are therefore complete, up to date and correct - on the whole the specifications of more than 25,000 models of the past 25 years are available.

 

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