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How It Happens

What Is The Cause?

Sudden jarring or
heavy impact

Worn parts caused by
wear and tear



What Are the Signs?

Wheel alignment is critical to the safe and efficient functioning of your vehicle, impacting everything from steering and control to fuel efficiency and stability. But how do you know if it's time to get your vehicle checked? Luckily, there are some signs you can look out for and we've put together a list of the five common problems caused by poor wheel alignment, see it here.

What Are The Benefits

Key Benefits To Wheel Alignment

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Frequently Asked Questions

Wheel alignment restores the correct settings for your vehicle. There are three main angles which should be properly aligned: the Camber, the Toe and the Caster. For more information on these and how they impact the stability, steering, tyre wear and fuel efficiency of your vehicle, please click here.
Every journey your tyres go through a lot including potholes, kerbs and knocks that come from everyday use. On their own these knocks may not have a significant impact (your car was, after all, designed to deal with them) but over time the cumulative effect can push your wheels out of alignment, and they’ll need resetting.
We recommend getting your wheels checked at least once a year or every 10,000 miles, but it's worth investigating if you've taken a knock from another vehicle or recently driven over a large pothole. These types of events can cause a misalignment quite quickly. Either way, there are some tell tale signs you can look out for - check out our list of the top five signs you need wheel alignment here.
Align My Car is a network of reliable garages that use alignment equipment from Hunter, the world’s leading manufacturer to ensure that the alignment is fast and accurate.
The wheel alignment check is often free of charge but the final cost will depend on the adjustments and work needed to get your vehicle back to how the manufacturer intended.
Our specialist network of garages can perform a comprehensive wheel alignment check ‘while you wait’ and most adjustments can be completed there and then.