Sarnia drivers may have an alignment problem if their car drifts or pulls to one side, the steering wheel's off center, they notice uneven tire wear or the car doesn't feel like it handles right as they drive down Sarnia , Ontario, streets and roads.When all of a vehicle's wheels are lined up exactly with each other, your wheels are in alignment. Running into potholes, smacking a curb or other objects around Sarnia are great ways to knock a car out of alignment. Then one or more of your wheels... read more
Sarnia area drivers love their vehicles. And one of the most enjoyable things about them is taking a road trip. Freedom from daily schedules, new sights and the open road – it's great! But there's nothing like vehicle trouble to bring the fun to a grinding halt.Now Sarnia drivers can't always avoid problems, but you can take steps to reduce the probability of getting sidelined on your trip. The first step is to look at your trip plan from your vehicle's pe... read more
Your car might have an alignment problem if: it drifts or pulls to one side, your steering wheel is off center, you have uneven tire wear or your car doesn't feel like it handles right. When all of a vehicle's wheels are lined up exactly with each other, your wheels are in alignment. Running into potholes around Sarnia and smacking a curb or other object are great ways to knock your car out of alignment. Then, one or more of your wheels starts pulling in a slightly different direction and the p... read more
At LaSalle Auto Centre, we occasionally see severe tire damage that could have been prevented with proper wheel alignment. During a LaSalle Auto Centre alignment service, your vehicle is put on an alignment rack where the tires,steering and suspensionparts are inspected for problems. Then the alignment is charted and checked against the vehicle factory settings. Adjustments are made to bring the wheels back into alignment. This gets all four wheels movin... read more
Uneven tire wear, the car pulling to one side or a steering wheel that is off-center are signs for Sarnia drivers that their wheels may be out of alignment.When doing an alignment inspection, the service advisor at LaSalle Auto Centre 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 wh... read more
When properly aligned, all of your wheels are pointed in the same direction. Your vehicle will track true and handle the way it is designed. Sarnia drivers often associate our wheels being “knocked” out of alignment with an event like a major crash, hitting a pothole, curb or some other object. While these can certainly take your wheels out of alignment, the bumps and bounces of everyday Sarnia driving take their toll on wheel alignment as well. Your car can lose alignmen... read more
When properly aligned, all of your wheels are pointed in the same direction. Your vehicle will track true and handle the way it is designed. Sarnia drivers often associate our wheels being “knocked” out of alignment with an event like an accident, hitting a pothole, curb or some other object.
While these can certainly take your wheels out of alignment, the bumps and bounces of everyday Sarnia driving take their toll on wheel alignment as well.
In addition, your vehic... read more
Most Sarnia folks worry about running out of gas or having a breakdown on the side of the road. That is why we practice preventive maintenance on our vehicles — that and to keep our repair bills down. But one important part of preventive maintenance that may get overlooked by drivers in Sarnia is a periodic alignment inspection. Poor alignment causes tires to wear rapidly, unevenly or both. This means they will have to be replaced early, and new tires are more expe... read more
Hello Sarnia ! Let's talk about alignment. One of the most important parts of preventive maintenance for your vehicle is keeping the wheels in alignment. Poor alignment causes your tires to wear unevenly, which can significantly reduce their lifespan. This means you will have to replace them more often, which can be costly for drivers in Sarnia .It can even damage your suspension system, which is costly to repair. But even more importantly, uneven tread wear can... read more
When all of your vehicle's wheels are lined up exactly with each other, your wheels are in alignment. Hitting a road hazard or even just the normal bumps and bounces of everyday driving in Sarnia can cause your vehicle's wheels to be out of alignment.Driving for an extended time around Sarnia when your wheels are out of alignment results in uneven tire wear. This is dangerous … and expensive. Worst case scenario, you have a blowout on a crowded Ontario highway. It... read more