Wheel Alignments

Determining whether or not your car or truck needs an alignment is fairly simple, understanding why a properly aligned vehicle is highly important may be a little more difficult. Bad roads, with missing pavement and holes in the concrete, can easily cause your car to come out of alignment. A tell-tale sign that your car needs an alignment is a steering wheel that isn’t straight. A vehicle that’s out of alignment can cause your tires to wear prematurely, causing unsafe driving conditions and costing you more money in the long run.

Why Alignments Matter

Precise Auto Repairs LLC is your auto repair shop in Arlington. We provide two-wheel and four-wheel alignment on all makes and models of cars and trucks. We are your European automotive car-care specialists.

  • Extends Tire Life
  • Prevents Excessive Wear
  • Good for Suspensions
  • Improves Handling
  • Decreases Vibrations
  • Centers Steering Wheel
  • Safer Driving
  • European Car Specialists

When tires and wheels are out of alignment, a number of problems can develop within your vehicle’s various systems. When the alignment is really bad, it’s easy to tell as you drive. The vehicle will pull one way or the other. In other words, if you let go of the steering wheel and the vehicle immediately steers to the left or right, there’s a good chance that there’s an issue with your wheel alignment. Misalignment may also cause vibration that you’ll feel especially in the steering wheel.


Alignments Save Money

Simply put, proper wheel alignment allows for safer driving. Wheel alignment will also extend the life of your tires. Incorrectly aligned wheels are one of the main causes of uneven wear on your tires. Uneven tread wear will decrease the safe driving life of a tire, or in a worst-case scenario may cause a blow-out to occur. Avoid premature tire damage and costly tire replacement with a regular all-wheel align.

Known as everything from an alignment job to wheel alignment or tire alignment, this service is one that must be performed by a professional technician. Because wheels and tires are an important part of the intricate suspension system, it’s helpful to rely on the specialists here at Precise Auto Repairs. Our technicians are trained and certified by your vehicle’s manufacturer to service your vehicle.