A wheel alignment is the process of bringing your vehicle’s suspension into its proper configuration-making sure that the position of the wheels is aligned with one another and the road surface.
Some issues that may indicate that you need an alignment are:
• Drifting to the left or right on a smooth, straight road.
• Abnormal thinning of thread tire.
• Loose steering wheel.
• vibration of steering wheel.
• Improve Vehicle Safety
• Extend the life of your tires
• Smoother Driving
• Increase fuel efficiency
Ignoring the signs of misaligned wheels can be unsafe and expensive. Learn how you can protect yourself.
Do your tires wear unevenly? Does your car veer to one side while driving? Is your steering wheel crooked? These are all signs of alignment issues. Failing to fix them can reduce the life of your tires and even cause your driver assist systems to malfunction. Often these signs are barely noticeable. It is important to get your alignment checked every 10,000 miles or 12 months, whichever comes first.
Every inch a vehicle is out of alignment is equivalent to dragging your tire sideways 100ft for every mile driven. If your daily commute is 20 miles, that’s like dragging your tire sideways across 6 football fields!
Vehicles with alignment issues can suffer a decrease in fuel efficiency by up to 7%!
Almost all your driver-assist systems depend on proper vehicle alignment. This includes stability control, parking assist, traction control, dynamic control and more. Once your car is aligned all of these systems must be properly reset and recalibrated. That is why it is important to have your alignment performed by a shop that is equipped with right system and tools that are specifically designed for this advanced technology.
Schedule your appointment
When you arrive, a Mossy representative will guide
you to drive over the measurement readers.
Review your easy-to-read printed results. A friendly
Mossy Advisor will help you understand what is
wrong and how to fix it.
Our state-of-the-art Hunter Alignment Inspection Machine includes high-definition cameras to capture details of your vehicle which will assist with the inspection. Optical and laser sensors measure camber, the direction in which your tire leans and how the vehicle performs in turning capabilities, and total toe, whether your tire points inwards or outwards, by taking 16 measurements per tire. The automatic tire thread measurement system will scan each tire edge to edge and will provide 3D models to identify issues with wear and tear. All in 30 seconds!