Depending on your driving habits and the condition of your vehicle, your wheels might need an alignment. If your car is pulling to one side of the road, or if your tyres are squealing or wearing out prematurely, your wheels may be out of alignment.
Imbalanced wheels can lead to increased expenses associated with frequent tyre replacements, decreased fuel efficiency, and damage to the suspension
When your wheels need an alignment, we at McCormack’s Tyre and Suspension are here to fix the problem. Our caring team of experienced technicians will ensure a proper wheel alignment for a smoother ride and a longer life for your tyres. We use the HawkEye Elite Alignment System by Hunter – the latest USA made and designed wheel alignment machine on the northside of Brisbane and we can do all American trucks. It captures all readings and produces measurements in just 70 seconds, so you can enjoy a smooth ride, improved fuel economy, and extended tyre lifespan.
When in doubt, we’ll check it out! We’re here to answer any questions you may have. Make an online appointment, give us a call, or stop by today!
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How often should I get my wheel alignment checked?
You should get your wheel alignment checked every 20,000km or 12 months (whichever comes first). For 4WDs we recommend 4×4 wheel alignment every 10,000km or 6 months.
What are the benefits of wheel alignment?
A proper wheel alignment improves the responsiveness of the vehicle and the suspension performance. It also ensures your safety while driving as you get better performance of the safety systems such as traction, stability control, and ABS braking systems.
What are some common sign that my wheels are out of alignment?
The first and most common sign that your wheels are out of alignment is if your vehicle significantly pulls to either side. Other common symptoms include uneven or rapid tyre wear, squealing tyres, or vibration while driving.