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Automotive Tips from Tuffy Auto Service Charlotte: Alignment Inspection

March 13, 2022

Uneven tire wear, the car pulling to one side or a steering wheel that is off-center are signs for Charlotte drivers that their wheels may be out of alignment.

When doing an alignment inspection, the service advisor at Tuffy Auto Service Charlotte will inspect your tires for uneven wear as well as suspension and steering parts for signs of wear or damage. He?ll also compare your current alignment with the vehicle manufacturer?s settings.

Your vehicle owner?s manual will have a recommendation for when to check alignment. Of course, this recommendation is based on normal driving. If you have been in a crash, hit a curb/pothole, frequently drive off-road around Charlotte, or notice any symptoms of misalignment, have your Tuffy Auto Service Charlotte service advisor perform an important alignment check.

Tuffy Auto Service Charlotte
9835 Rocky River Road
Charlotte, NC 28215
704-598-3131
https://www.tuffycharlotte.com/

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