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Two-Wheel Alignment Service
Two-Wheel Alignment at Eastgate Chrysler Dodge Jeep Ram
Aligning your wheels is something that many people forget to do or simply neglect until it gets to the point that the car is driving poorly. That being said, driving your car is a must and making sure your wheels are properly aligned can make a big difference in the way you drive.
Your wheels can go out of alignment easily with a single bump in the road. In most cases, your wheels tend to go gradually out of alignment as you drive over bumps and rough terrain in your car. This means that with every single time you drive, you do have the potential to knock your car out of alignment. A car that is out of alignment is still drivable but it is going to be far less comfortable to drive and can cause tire and frame damage. A two-wheel alignment is a process by which the wheels are lined up parallel to the frame of the car. Proper alignment helps your vehicle drive straighter and with less effort and is also going to help you to drive smoother and more comfortably. A two-wheel alignment is just aligning two wheels, most often the two wheels that help to pull the car so if you have a two-wheel, front-wheel-drive car the wheels aligned would be the front two wheels and the same for a rear-wheel-drive car.
Why Your Car May Need Alignment
It may not seem like a huge deal but a car that is aligned does drive better and does drive smoother. With a car that is aligned, the struggle to keep your car driving straight and true will be eliminated. You are not going to have to struggle with a car that pulls to one side, or with potential damage to the frame or the tires of the car. It is going to make it far easier to drive and to be comfortable while you drive if you do take the time to have your wheels aligned and straightened out from time to time. You should not have to have your wheels aligned more than once or twice a year if you are just driving normally. If you are driving on very rough terrain you may have to align your wheels more often.