If you need wheel alignments in Vancouver, WA, contact us today! You can schedule a service by contacting us online or giving us a call. We’d love to hear from you, and we’re looking forward to getting started on your wheel alignment.
Tracking on the front wheels is sometimes called ‘two wheel alignment’. This does not take into account the direction in which the rear wheels are pointing. Therefore, if you have the front wheels adjusted and set straight and if the rear wheels are out of alignment then the car may pull and/or your tyres may still wear abnormally.
Tracking uses gauges where the operator peers through a ‘scope’ or views a light/laser beam on a scale. This system does not allow for run out compensation (taking account for any errors in the wheel rim), so the reading result can only be approximate at best.
Four Wheel Alignment measures a minimum of 12 angles and compares them to the alignment data specified by the vehicle manufacturer. Wheel rim run-out compensation is taken into account, which gives accurate and repeatable readings. With such accurate readings, Four Wheel Alignment allows toe adjustments of individual wheels which ensure the steering wheel is set straight. Further adjustments of camber, caster and other angles (where necessary) can ensure optimum performance and savings.
On modern cars, tracking alone is is not enough and a full 4 wheel alignment/geometry is reccommended to deliver complete alignment.
All of our customers will also get convenience services while they wait for their wheel alignment. These services include snacks and Wi-Fi in our comfortable waiting area, as well as shuttle services.
Automobiles coming in are in dire need of alignment, but leave with perfectly straight alignment. Because our of vast resources of specific wheel angles for every manufacturer, combined with our state-of-the-art wheel alignment machines, every car, van, truck, SUV is adjusted with precision. Improved fuel efficiency and increased tire life are just a few of the benefits when you receive a wheel alignment.
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