Keeping your wheels in proper alignment isn't easy, but it's important. Potholes, curbs and everyday wear and tear can do a number on the suspension system. Driving a car, truck or SUV that's out of alignment can be challenging, uncomfortable and even dangerous.
Every Quick Lane employs experienced, factory-trained technicians ready to service your car, truck or SUV and help you handle whatever the road throws at you. Quick Lane service center technicians are experts in vehicles of all makes and models, and there's no one better to assess your wheel alignment needs and take care of your ride.
The benefits of proper alignment:
A properly aligned vehicle feels better. When you don't have to fight to keep your wheels straight, you can enjoy its driving dynamics the way it was engineered to be driven.
When your wheels are misaligned, your vehicle can veer to the left or right, especially when braking suddenly. Properly aligned wheels and tires provide the control and handling you need to react quickly and avoid accidents.
Misalignment causes uneven tire wear, which shortens their life and can cause your vehicle to operate less efficiently. Save money and keep your tires on the road longer by ensuring they're properly aligned and performing at their best.
How can you tell if your wheels need aligning?
- You can feel your vehicle pull or drift to the left or right without turning the steering wheel
- After hitting a bump, your vehicle feels shaky
- Your steering wheel looks or feels off-center
- Your front tires show signs of uneven wear
Take note of any visible tire wear or handling concerns. Getting the proper alignment takes attention to detail, experience and knowledge. Our factory-trained Quick Lane service technicians have the knowledge, original equipment manufacturer parts and tools to help ensure your service is correct the first time.
Regularly Scheduled Alignments
If you are not experiencing any of the above misalignment symptoms, you can keep your vehicle in prime shape with regularly scheduled alignment checks. An alignment is also recommended when you buy new tires. Consult your local Quick Lane service advisor or discuss recommendations with your Quick Lane service technician the next time you have a tune-up.
Ready for an alignment check? Check out the available service coupons here and contact your local Quick Lane to schedule an appointment, or just drop in, as no appointment is required.