Understand the basics of wheel alignment - measuring and adjusting camber, caster and toe angles - to prevent premature tire tread wear and keep you safe on the road. Read the full article >
When do I need a wheel alignment?
The road can be a bit rough. Between everyday driving, potholes, curbs and your car's age, the need for a wheel alignment is rather common. At the very least, your car should get an alignment check once a year or every 12,000 miles.
If you're experiencing any of these symptoms, chances are your vehicle is already out of alignment:
- Car pulls to the right or left
- Uneven tire wear
- Steering wheel isn't centered while driving straight
Fact is, more than 60% of vehicles tested at Sears Auto Center are in need of an alignment.