A wheel alignment assures your tires meet the road at the proper angle, your wheels are pointing straight, and your tires are centered in the wheel wells. It adjusts the angles of your vehicle's wheels to original specs for best gas mileage, proper road contact, a smooth ride, and the longest tire life.
Cars usually go out of alignment gradually, so you may not realize how much it was impacting drivability, gas mileage or tire wear until it is corrected. The most common signs of misalignment are pulling to one side while you are driving, unusual tire wear and/or a steering wheel that is off-center even though your vehicle is pointed straight.
Regular alignments are part of basic maintenance that help you get full mileage out of your tires, achieve the best gas mileage, and have the smoothest ride possible.