Tire Related

Wheel Alignment

We’ll check that your vehicle’s alignment meets your manufacturer’s specs for free. If you do need an alignment, our tire technicians will make front-end or rear-end adjustments to bring your wheels back to their proper alignment. Scheduling your appointment today will help improve your vehicle’s steering and target proper tread wear.
  • An experienced technicians will carefully restore your wheels to their proper alignment.
  • Front-end and/or rear-end mechanical adjustments, if needed
  • Verifying that your new alignment readings meet your vehicle manufacturer's specifications (if applicable)

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About Our Wheel Alignment Service
What’s Included With Our Wheel Alignment Service?

First, we'll utilize state-of-the-art diagnostic tools to verify your wheels are aligned according to their vehicle's manufacturer's standards. If you do require an alignment, we'll review the details with you prior to beginning the work. Once work begins, our service technicians will perform front-end and/or rear-end mechanical alignment modifications, then we will also check to see if your new alignment readings are within the manufacturer's specifications, if applicable.

Where Can I Get an Alignment Near Me?

Easily schedule an appointment today at your local Just Tires tire shop and we will inspect your wheel’s alignment for free, and if you need an alignment, we’ll help you select an alignment package prior to starting.

Why is a Wheel Alignment Important?

By reducing steering pull and vehicle wander, proper wheel alignment produces a smoother ride. Adhering to a proper alignment schedule may potentially save money in unnecessary tire replacement costs related to early tread wear.

When is a Wheel Alignment Needed?

A four-wheel alignment is recommended to be performed at least once a year, according to most manufacturers. Other times you could require a four-wheel or front-end alignment include: after you've had a new set of tires installed, after your vehicle may have struck a pothole or a steep curb, as well as after you've been in an accident or collision.


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Most auto service shops, including all Just Tires centers, can perform either a ""front-end"" alignment or a ""four-wheel"" alignment, depending on the symptoms you are experiencing.

A wheel alignment is an automotive service that refers to a vehicle's suspension and steering components being in good working order, while the tire and wheel assemblies are running straight and true. For uniform tread wear and accurate steering, proper alignment is required. Uneven front- or rear tire wear, as well as changes in your vehicle's handling or steering response (i.e. pulling to one side), can all be signs of misalignment.

Depending on the symptoms you're having your car may require a ""front-end"" adjustment or a ""four-wheel"" alignment. The moderate cost of getting your car aligned may more than pay for itself in terms of tire usage, performance, and comfort.

You should get your alignment checked once a year or if you detect unusual tire wear, a misaligned steering wheel, or a steering system drift.

A wheel alignment affects the angles at which your tires make contact with the road by adjusting your vehicle's suspension rather than the tires or wheels themselves. This aids in optimum tread wear and steering precision.

Tire balancing (also known as wheel balancing) and tire alignment are two distinct treatments that can correct irregularities in your vehicle that occur over time.

Tire balancing is a tire maintenance service that will correct any unevenness in a vehicle’s tires produced by ongoing tread wear. It’s recommended to have a tire and wheel balancing serviceperformed every 3,000-6,000 miles, every six months, or whenever an odd vibration is noticed.

As stated above, performing a tire alignment works to adjust your vehicle's suspension to correct the angle of your wheels. This will aid in optimum tire tread wear and steering precision. Checking each tire’s alignment should be conducted at least once a year, or if you happen to see or feel any unusual tire wear, a crooked steering wheel, or a steering system drift.

The simple answer is yes, hitting potholes while driving can cause misalignment. More information on coping with pothole damage may be found in our article Your Car and Potholes: The Known and Unknown Damages.