Wheel Alignment is all about your vehicle’s wheel angles – camber, caster, and toe. The overarching goal of Wheel Alignment Service is to assess and reset wheel angles that have gotten knocked off kilter. Various factors like hitting potholes or curbs will cause wheel angles to move outside of factory specifications over time. When wheel angles are not in alignment, you will start experiencing problems like uneven tire tread wear, crooked steering wheel when driving straight, and tire damage increasing vehicle maintenance expenses. However, when wheel angles are in factory-specified alignment, you get benefits, such as a smooth driving experience, improved safety, even tire tread wear, optimum steering and handling performance, and maximum fuel efficiency. 4-Wheel Alignment ensures that all four wheel-tire assemblies are in precision alignment with opposing tires being parallel while meeting the road at factory specifications.
Improper wheel angles will manifest in your driving experience and tire condition. At Toyota of New Orleans, we encourage everyone to monitor their wheels, tires, and driving for any of these warning signs that your wheel angles need reset with a 4-Wheel Alignment Service:
If you have one or more of the warning signs, then next time you come in for a routine maintenance service like a Conventional Oil Change you can get you alignment checked as well. Toyota of New Orleans is conveniently located in the New Orleans metropolitan area and is within a short drive for most residents.
When Toyota of New Orleans completes a 4-Wheel Alignment Service, you know an expert ASE-certified technician is getting the job done right. It’s also possible that your service gets completed by one of our four Toyota Service Center Master Technicians. No matter what expert professional get it done, they will use special computerized wheel alignment equipment to make sure you get a precision result with perfect wheel angles at factory specifications. Since wheels & tires are at the heart of the service, the certified technician will complete a tire inspection, air pressure adjustment, assessment of all steering and suspension components, and complete a road test to ensure everything feels right and rides smooth.