In a previous post, we answered the question “Why Does My Car Need An Alignment?“. In today’s post, we will look at the problems and subsequent solutions when you see uneven tire wear.
In the photo above, you’ll notice that the tire is worn on one shoulder. The problem:
- Excessive camber (high or low)
- Excessive toe in or toe out
- Lack of proper rotation
- Total 4-wheel alignment
- Replace or relocate worn tires
- Rotate tires at regular intervals
Here’s a testimonial from Sandy Silverman in Keller who visited us for an alignment after purchasing 4 new tires (click image below to enlarge):
Safety is our #1 priority for you and your family – so if your car or truck is needing an alignment, we can fix it!
While most of our customers don’t know the difference in the types of equipment a mechanic uses to fix their car, we do! Unlike other automotive repair shops in the area, Jeffrey’s employs two Hunter 811 Laser Wheel Alignment Systems on site ensuring our customers a precision alignment. If you are comparing mechanics in Keller, Fort Worth, North Richland Hills, Watauga or any of the surrounding areas, be sure and compare the equipment they use and the state-of-the-art equipment we employ. It will positively make a difference in the quality of your wheel alignment!
At Jeffrey’s, we can help you eliminate the worry when it comes to your suspension system. Our technicians use the latest technology and equipment to help your vehicle run smooth and safe!