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4 Signs Your Car Is in Need of an Alignment

Last updated 1 year ago

Ensuring that your car is properly aligned will help to improve your overall ability to control your vehicle. Here are a few signs that your vehicle is in need of an alignment from an auto repair specialist:

       1.   Off-Centered Steering

If your car has a tendency to drift to one side when you let go of the steering wheel, it’s a good indication that you need an alignment. Likely, one of your tires isn’t in the correct position, causing the car to favor one direction over the other. This could cause your tires to wear unevenly, among other problems.

       2.   Shaking

Cars that shake when you get up to a certain speed usually need an alignment. This shaking may be caused by loose tires, which can cause a variety of other problems as well.

       3.   Worn or Malfunctioning Undercarriage Parts

Tires and wandering steering wheels aren’t the only signs that you need an alignment. Misaligned tires damage parts underneath the front of the car, possibly causing valuable parts to loosen. This is dangerous and could lead to an accident if unattended.

       4.   Uneven Tire Wear

Misaligned cars will shift more weight and pressure to certain tires. Over time, tire wear is affected, because those tires are taking more of a beating from the road. This often leads to premature blowouts, among other issues. Ideally, your tires should wear as a group and be changed at the same time to maintain performance.

Bucaro Brothers Auto Care is here to get your car’s alignment back on track. We offer quality alignment and tire rotation services as well as services for all of your other car maintenance and repair needs. Give us a call today at (773) 570-4541 to learn more about our automotive services in Chicago.

 

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