A wheel alignment is an important part of your vehicle’s preventive maintenance program that can help improve the way your car handles, and maintain its value. It’s where all four wheels meet and work in tandem ensuring you’re driving straight with a smooth ride on any surface.

Tires are the most important part of your vehicle, and they’re an integral part of wheel alignment. Tires wear out and need to be replaced. If they are worn out, it can affect the wheel alignment. A wheel alignment service will improve your tires’ wear and handling, and reduce tire noise.

When To Have A Wheel Alignment Done

Most manufacturers suggest having a wheel alignment performed every two to three years or four to five thousand miles (6,400-8,000 km), whichever comes first. As the roads in the Saint John, New Brunswick area tend to be rough, Ray Roach Service Centre recommends having a wheel alignment every 1 to 2 years. An alignment is also recommended whenever you change tires and/or replace front end parts.

A wheel alignment may be performed to maintain proper wheel position after repair or replacement of parts, or if the vehicle has experienced a recent change in driving conditions that may affect its wheel alignment (i.e., new tires).

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Types of Wheel Alignment

While there are many different types of wheel alignment services, they basically fall into three categories:

  • Balance
  • Road Force
  • Computerized. 

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