Sweet spot or rough ride? See why having your wheels working together is the way to go.
Professional drivers are set to receive a smoother ride on British roads after the government announced plans to fill more than 3 million potholes.
Mis-alignment can lead to poor handling and shorter tyre life.
If your steering wheel isn't straight or your car pulls to either side or wanders on straight roads, it's time for a wheel alignment check!
When tyres are correctly aligned, it will significantly extend the life of your tyres, your car also should handle better and be safer to drive.
Wheel alignments should be checked at regular intervals.
Hitting potholes and kerbs will ruin your alignment.
If you frequent poorly maintained roads, drive through pot holes, or even hit a curb, your alignment can be adversely affected.
The correct tyre pressure leads to normal wear and tear with extended tyre life.
It is not only difficult to drive with unbalanced wheels, but this condition can create bald spots in your tyres, permanent vibration and uneven tyre wear.
Mis-alignment can lead to uneven tyre wear and shorter tyre life.
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