Wheel Alignment

1. First

Our experts recommend:

  • Inspect steering and suspension components every 12 months/24,000 Km.
  • Inspect tire inflation and condition every month.
  • Check alignment whenever replacing tires.

2. Next

You may require an alignment if:

  • You need to hold onto the steering wheel to drive straight ahead
  • You've just changed the tires
  • You've been involved in a collision
  • Steering or suspension parts such as the tie rods, control arms, bushings or idler arm have been changed
  • You've driven the first 3,000 Km in a new car
  • Your front-wheel-drive car just had a transaxle repair