If you’re experiencing uneven tire wear on either side of the tire, or your vehicle is pulling to one side or another, it is usually a clear indication of improper wheel alignment. If you are experiencing either of these issues, or if it has been awhile since your last checkup, come into one of our 16 Utah & Idaho locations.
At select Master Muffler Utah & Idaho locations, we make a good car alignment great with the John Bean alignment visualizer 3D-el. With state of the art technology, we will have our experts align your vehicle and get you back on the road fast.
Wheel Alignment Appointments
At Master Muffler, our mechanics are dedicated to ensuring that your vehicle is operating at peak capacity, and that you are safe when you drive it. Our vehicle alignment services are comprehensive, and come with a warranty to ensure that the job is done right. We align each vehicle to the precise angles that each manufacturer recommends for the tire. Our wheel alignment services include:
Adjustments on your front and rear tires, done according the the caster, camber, and toe angles of your vehicle.
Air pressure and tread checks on your tires.
A road test to ensure the job was done right.
Get the most out of your tires
Come in for an alignment to ensure the longevity of your tires.
We also offer wheel balancing services, where we identify imperfections in your tires that are causing one section to be heavier than the other. These imperfections can make it feel as though your wheels are misaligned, when they actually aren’t. We recommend checking your tire balance when you come for an alignment. Our technicians apply counterweights to make sure that the tires are perfectly weighted all around.
When Do You Need an Alignment?
Most vehicle manufacturers recommend that you get your alignment checked when you get an oil changed. Alternatively, some vehicles will be just fine if you check the alignment every 6 months, or 6000 miles, whichever comes first. Of course, if you feel like your alignment is wrong at any point while driving, then you should take it in to get checked right away. Here are some ways that you can tell if your vehicle’s wheels are misaligned:
Your steering pulls you to the left or the right.
The rubber on your tires is wearing down unevenly or noticeably quicker than their recommended lifespan.
Your tires squeal when you are driving.
Your steering wheel is misaligned, but your vehicle is still driving straightforward.
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