Wheel alignments are a part of regular routine maintenance to ensure your tires last their intended lifetime. By getting a tire alignment, you are preventing your vehicle from driving abnormally such as excessive vibrations and poor handling. Depending on the manufacturer like Freightliner, Kenworth, Peterbilt, International, there are different specifications on how to tilt and position the tires on the vehicle. If you don’t get a wheel alignment after noticing different warning signs or ignoring vehicle maintenance schedules, you risk having uneven tread wear and your safety.
Here are some signs that you may need to get a wheel alignment:
There are different procedures that our Reliable technicians follow while doing a wheel alignment. They check the tire pressure to ensure that it is at its right level, do wheel balancing and mounting, alignments, tire rotation as regular maintenance, and axle and control arm replacement if there are signs of damage. We at Direct Truck & Auto Repair are up to date with the latest technology in truck repair and use tools such as computerized wheel and frame alignments to better assess your vehicle and fix it. These are the parts of your vehicle that we check while doing wheel alignments:
Wherever your next trip may be, you do not want to be driving on worn out, unstable tires. At Direct Truck & Auto Repair, we carefully inspect your vehicle to resolve its issues and follow the maintenance schedule, the way the manufacturer intended. Our Quality technicians have the training and latest technology to provide you with quality service. Reasons You Should Do Business With Us:
If you are in Riverside County, CA, San Bernardino County, CA, Orange County, CA or surrounding areas, don't hesitate to give us a call at 909-746-0188 or schedule an appointment online at https://directtruckandautorepair.com/ with us today!