Wheel Alignment in Houston, Texas
Along with the steering and suspensions, the wheel alignment points your car in the right direction. Wheel alignments are the standard repair to direct every tire in the same direction. Over time, your tires start falling out line. This is typical for all drivers. However, the roads and type of car you drive may cause the wheel alignment to change faster. Maintaining the wheel alignment will save your car and the tires too. Uneven wheel alignments cause progressive wear and tear on the tires. So, your tires will need rotation or replacement sooner than a car with the right wheel alignment.
Your vehicle operates with three angles: toe, caster, and camber.
When bringing your car to Collision King for a wheel alignment, our technicians measure the toe, caster and camber of your car:
- Toe – Measurement between tires
- Caster – Steering angle
- Camber – Angle of the wheel