Have you noticed a change in your car’s fuel economy or that your steering wheel is pulling you off the road? If you answered yes, it may be time for an alignment service.
At Harford County Transmissions and Automotive, we employ a precision auto/vehicle alignment process to measure and adjust your vehicle’s camber, caster, toe and thrust angles to a perfect center, complying with your manufacturer’s performance standards.
It all starts with careful attention to detail and precise, accurate measurements.
Our local service team is trained to ask the right questions to identify when your vehicle may have an alignment issue. Then, your car, truck or SUV will be serviced by a trained auto/vehicle alignment technician who understands the importance of a perfect alignment to ensure your vehicle is operating at peak performance.
During a standard auto/vehicle alignment service, the tech will measure and optimize every dimension of your car’s alignment, including:
With every alignment service, we promise to treat your vehicle as if it were out very own. That means we ensure your car, truck or SUV is 100% safe before handing you the keys and always include a detailed summary of each repair job to verify our work quality and ensure your satisfaction.
Alignment recommendations will vary by manufacturer, but you should generally check your auto/vehicle alignment twice a year or before and after the winter season.
By checking your vehicle’s alignment regularly, you ensure that the car is safe to drive and will reduce wear and tear on other components like your suspension and tires over time.
When your wheels are out of alignment, there are some common issues that are pretty easy to recognize:
Also, if you notice longer-term performance changes like a drop in fuel efficiency or poor acceleration, these can be directly related to your vehicle/auto alignment.
The technicians at Harford County Transmissions and Automotive know how to recognize when an alignment issue may be causing changes in your vehicle’s every-day performance. Through thoughtful customer service and careful attention to detail, our team can accurately diagnose alignment problems and will repair them right the first time, so you can get back on the road faster.
Most alignment issues are the result of normal wear and tear, which is why regular alignment checks are so important. However, minor accidents or bad road conditions can trigger an alignment problem that gets worse over time.
If you’ve recently had a small accident or simply ran over a pothole, it may be a good idea to have a technician check for changes in your alignment.
Do you think your car, truck or SUV may have an alignment issue? Schedule an appointment with a professional repair technician at Harford County Transmissions and Automotive in Bel Air, MD today.