It also ensures you will get the best wear from your tyres and make your vehicle a lot safer to drive.
The causes of incorrect wheel alignment are many and varied,
it could something so simple as hitting a kerb,
running through a pothole, running over debris on the road,
or something mechanical such as worn or faulty suspension.
These can include irregular and accelerated tyre wear, steering difficulties, increased fuel consumption to name a few.
More importantly, incorrect wheel alignment can compromise the safety of your vehicle.