Wheel Alignment or tracking, is important for good road holding and to prolong the life of the tyres. Accidently hitting a kerb or driving at speed through a pot hole can result in misalignment. The direction and angle at which the wheels are set are both important. Wheel alignment involves checking the direction and angle against vehicle manufacturers’ specifications and are both equally important. You may hear these described as toe in, toe out, positive camber or negative camber.
Incorrect wheel alignment can result in rapid wearing on the edges of the tyre and could affect the handling on the vehicle and certainly mean a replacement earlier than would otherwise be required.
At Adams Auto we use the latest 4 wheel laser equipment to provide the most accurate settings.
2 Wheel (front) Alignment £36 inc. vat
4 Wheel Computerised Alignment £75 inc. vat