Keeping your suspension and steering maintained and operating correctly is vital to both your safety and comfort.
It's important to keep the camber, toe, and caster angles of each wheel adjusted to spec. It doesn't take much to knock a wheel out of alignment -- any pothole can cause alignment problems with your car or truck -- as can just everyday driving over time.
Our alignment technicians will used specialized systems to inspect and adjust your automotive alignment to keep you driving straight down the road. Proper alignment also helps to keep your tires lasting longer.
Ball Joints, CV Joints, Inner & Outer Tie Rods, Steering Components
There are many connections and components that make up a vehicle's suspension and steering system. And the fact is, wear and tear happens even under normal driving conditions. Let us take a look at your car or truck's suspension and make sure everything is tight and in order so you can rest assured that you'll be driving a safe, comfortable automobile.
Shocks & Struts
Your shocks and struts are what absorb the bumps of the road and keep your truck or car from having a jolting ride. Sometimes when these components wear out, you'll know it - either by sounds coming from the shocks or struts when you roll over a bump or by an unpleasant ride quality. But other times, these important components slowly wear out in a way that makes it hard to even know they're not at peak performance. As with any suspension component on your truck or automobile, safety is rule number one.