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Regular maintenance is essential to keep your vehicle in top condition. For example, a front-wheel alignment is a service your vehicle may require to keep it working smooth and efficiently. If you live in Las Cruces, NM, visit us for all your car maintenance as we are certified to work on all Chevrolet models. We are the certified Chevrolet service center for our Mesilla, Doña Ana, Fairacres, and Mesquite, NM, customers.
A two-wheel alignment also referred to as a front-end alignment, is when the technician adjusts the front wheels of your car. The caster, toe, and camber may be rearranged during the process. The camber is the angle of the wheel, which should be perpendicular to the ground, which reduces uneven wear. The caster is the angle of steering, allowing the tires to turn the steering wheel. Finally, the toe is the measurement between the two tires allowing them to be parallel.
If you feel your car pull to the right or the left while driving down the road, you may need to have a front-wheel alignment. If you ignore this sign, it may cause you to have extensive damage and expensive repairs. On the other hand, when you have your front wheels aligned, it improves the comfort of your ride and handling. In addition, an alignment can help slow down the wear on your tires.
During a two-wheel alignment, the technician adjusts the front wheels. With a four-wheel alignment, the technician adjusts all four tires. A four-wheel alignment is only necessary for an AWD vehicle with an independent suspension.
There is not a set rule on how often you should have your vehicle checked to see if it needs a wheel alignment. However, the road conditions in which you drive your car may indicate the need for your car to have an alignment. If your driving conditions are typical, then the recommendation is that you have your vehicle checked every two to three years.
We know your time is valuable, and we appreciate it when you select us for your service. We will not pressure you to receive any type of service. Instead, we provide accurate information about the needs of your vehicle. It is important to us that you understand the details about your car’s needs. We promise to help you in any way that we can. We honor every commitment and promise we make to you. Visit us at Bravo Chevrolet today to see how we can assist you and a Chevrolet two-wheel alignment service. Schedule an appointment online or by phone today!