Join the Mevotech Technical Training Team to learn about alignments.
- Critical alignment angles
- The order of alignment
- Alignment pre-inspection
- Underlying issues (sagging springs, worn shocks, bad linkage)
We all know how it feels to drive a vehicle that’s out of alignment. It may pull to one side, the steering wheel may vibrate or fail to return to center, or all of the above. The tires will also show uneven wear. A proper alignment is important to the overall health of a vehicle, and it should always be performed after steering or suspension work, following a bump or accident and whenever new tires are installed.