Our Alignment Centre
Here at Silverline Wheels and Tyres in Warwick we believe that our state-of-the-art John Beam 3D tracking system is the best available in wheel alignment.
Tracking is a very important part of keeping your tyres in good condition. With the general state of the roads, hitting a pot-hole or speed-bump even at low speeds can affect your steering, balancing and general feel of the car.
We always recommend that you have your car track checked once a year, or when new tyres are fitted – we’ll discuss with you the work to be done and the cost in advance… and you’ll receive a full colour print out of the report before and after.
Regardless of your vehicle type, make or model, our alignment centre is the place to make sure everything’s just right.
Call us now on +44 (0)1926 490002 to speak to one of our friendly and experienced advisors and arrange to have your wheels, tyres or both fitted and expertly aligned while you wait.
But it’s not only the front wheels to worry about- rear wheels can be out of alignment too.
As well as better fuel economy and smoother handling, correct wheel alignment will reduce the wear and tear on your vehicle and extend the life of your tyres. With all four wheels correctly aligned, your car will be safer on the road and easier on your pocket.
Signs of incorrect alignment
Wheel alignment should always be checked by an expert. Symptoms of incorrect alignment can be hard to detect but can include your car pulling to one side when you’re driving, or irregular wear appearing across the width of your tyres. The irregular wear is caused by the tyres not running correctly relative to the road surface.
What causes incorrect alignment?
Wheel alignment can be affected by hitting the kurb or a large pothole in the road or travelling regularly on gravel roads. If alignment in out, it can cause excessive wear to your tyres and problems with steering or suspension.
What is Four Wheel Alignment?
The modern car is built for comfort, performance and handling . In order to achieve and maintain the best ride possible, the steering and suspension needs to be measured and adjusted within the motor manufacturer’s specifications. This can only be done by measuring all four wheels and having a proper full four wheel alignment measurement.
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