Proeshiftracing wheel alignment safety site. We have the experience to do your alignment correctly - on any vehicle - new, old, big, or small. Our combination of the latest high tech equipment, the best ASE Certified Technicians, offers you unbeatable value and a wheel alignment done right - Guaranteed!
- Road Test before and after any adjustments
- Inspection of steering and suspension components
- Inspection of tires and tire pressure adjustment
- Measuring alignment angles on front and rear axles
- Adjustments (Depending on alignment service purchased)
- Satisfaction Guaranteed.
- Wheel Alignment Benefits
- Increased tire life
- Increased fuel mileage
- Safe vehicle control
- Performance Wheel Alignments
Our high tech wheel alignment machine fits virtually any wheel (up to 24") without the worry of damage and will handle most over-sized tires. We can perform performance wheel alignments and custom wheel alignments, including most lowered vehicles, to customer’s specifications for obstacle courses or road courses such as Road America races, etc.
Our wheel alignment service details:
Road Test Before and After
We take the time to drive your vehicle to check how it steers and rides - before and after. A before and after test drive allows us to verify a problem and then check that it has been corrected. It’s just part of our quality control and what we do.
We do a thorough inspection of steering and suspension parts and tires. Worn or damaged parts and tire problems make it difficult to correctly perform a wheel alignment. We know how to check the steering and suspension components correctly. Our extensive wheel alignment experience has taught us what part wear is allowable and what needs replacement. Inexperience may lead to unnecessary and expensive part replacement. You get value and savings from our long term wheel alignment experience.
Do you need a four wheel alignment or just a front end alignment? Even if just doing a front wheel alignment we always check the alignment of all four wheels before making any adjustments. Since the rear wheels also affect how your vehicle steers and handles it is essential to check that the rear wheel alignment is also correct. It's the best way and what we do.
We make adjustments to bring your vehicle's alignment back to factory-designed specifications providing you with safe steering, decreased tire wear, optimum fuel economy, and a comfortable ride.
It’s your vehicle so it should drive and handle to your satisfaction. Although we tend to be more particular than most we will always seek your complete satisfaction.
Wheel Alignment Information
How do you know if you need a wheel alignment?
Wheel alignments should be done as a routine maintenance, when you buy new tires, or when you notice a steering problem.
The two biggest clues that a wheel alignment is needed are when the steering wheel is not centered or your vehicle pulls to one side. Another sign of wheel alignment problem is abnormal tire wear. Uneven tire wear like feathering or cupping are signs your vehicle needs a wheel alignment.
A wheel alignment is also highly recommend when new tires are installed. A wheel alignment will help protect your investment in your new tires and make sure they do not wear out quicker than they should.
Your vehicle’s steering and suspension play an important role in the safety of your vehicle. The steering and suspension system, together with tires, determine how your car will ride and handle. You should have both your tires and wheel alignment inspected at least once a year. To ensure vehicle safety and prevent expensive repairs it is highly recommended that routine wheel alignments, tire rotations, and wheel balancing be performed.
Steering & Suspension
The suspension system connects the wheels to your vehicle's frame or body. The suspension system works with the steering system to provide vehicle control. When working properly, the suspension system smooths out road bumps and potholes and helps maintain vehicle stability and control. The steering system transmits your input from the steering wheel to the steering components to control the vehicle’s direction.
A wheel alignment is a procedure to inspect, measure, and adjust all the steering and suspension parts that allow you to maneuver and control your vehicle. Auto Safety Center has the latest wheel alignment technology and skills to keep your vehicle rolling straight & true. Using lasers &wheel-mountedsensors, we are able to consistently perform very accurate wheel alignments.
Benefits of Wheel Alignment
Maximize tire life by having your wheel alignment checked and adjusted every year. With the very expensive, specialized tires required on many of today's vehicles, you want to squeeze out every mile for maximum tire value.
Routine wheel alignment also decreases wear of expensive suspension parts.
Maximize fuel economy with yearly wheel alignments. If you have ever had shopping cart with a miss-aligned wheel, you know how difficult it can be to push. Your vehicle is the same and will burn more fuel to push against wheel alignment problems. A vehicle with correctly aligned wheels will have the least rolling resistance and burn less fuel.
A safe vehicle is one that drives straight, does not wander, and goes where you want it! With today's busy roads, it is important that your vehicle does not drift into the path of other vehicles and is controllable in emergency situations.
Normal Wear and Tear
Steering and suspension components normally wear out over time and gradually affect wheel alignment. Each part has a wear limit, whichis inspected at each wheel alignment inspection. How long suspension and steering components last depends on the type of vehicle, how and where it is used, and if regular maintenance is performed. Regular wheel alignment inspection and maintenance are critical to maintain vehicle safety and decrease long-term repair costs.
Factors that affect suspension wear include:
- Road conditions
- Operating conditions
- Type of steering and suspension system
- Frequency of regular maintenance such as chassis lubrication and wheel alignment
- Steering and Suspension Wear Symptoms
- Uneven tire wear
- "Loose" steering feeling
- Noise and vibration while cornering
- Wandering or poor directional stability
- Common Tire Wear Causes