Wheel Alignment And Tracking

Checking your wheel alignment on your car or van regularly can prolong the life of your tyre, increase fuel efficiency and fix steering issues. Many Autos wheel alignment check to ensure your wheels are properly aligned and reduce the likelihood of steering and suspension issues. Using laser alignment technology, our technicians will assess the primary alignment angles of your wheels and provide a printed report for you to take away.

Wheel alignment, or tracking, is the process of ensuring your vehicle’s wheels are set to the optimum position, as per the car manufacturer’s specifications. Incorrect alignment can result in rapid and irregular tyre wear and can even affect the handling and safety of the vehicle. Wheel alignment problems can be caused by hitting a kerb, driving into a pothole in the road or by excessive wear to steering or suspension components. It is important to get your wheel alignment checked regularly to ensure you get the most out of your tyres. Keep an eye out for unusual wear on your tyres, such as premature wear on the inside or outside shoulder, which could be a sign of incorrect alignment. The wheel aligner is renowned for its accuracy and uses a series of high definition imaging sensors which measure 14 primary alignment angles on your vehicle. these include Camber, Caster, Thrust Line, Toe in and Toe out. The position and orientation of your car wheels are compared against the manufacturer data for your vehicle, ensuring the vehicle is set up perfectly for you to drive. Regular wheel alignment can reduce uneven tyre wear, improve vehicle handling and steering and save you money by lowering fuel consumption.

If your front wheels are out of alignment, it means that they are not fitted into the correct position and do not point in the exact same direction. If the front wheels are not aligned, your car will be more difficult to steer, and a range of other issues may arise as a result. Getting your front wheels aligned is not a costly service and does not take a huge amount of time. However, if you ignore the issue, you will likely cause damage to your steering and suspension. Front wheel alignment is a service which is carried out on the front wheels of a car exclusively. The service is completed by moving the car into position where a machine in a garage can determine whether the front wheels are pointing in the exact same direction. It is critical that they are because a range of problems will arise if the front wheels of your car are not aligned. Front wheels are more likely to be knocked out of alignment because of an impact as they take the biggest brunt of speed bumps and hitting curbs. 4-wheel alignment is a service in which every wheel of a car has its alignment checked. A mechanic will make use of a specialist machine to check to see if all the wheels are pointing in the correct direction. If they are not, the same machine will manipulate the wheels to resolve the issue. One of the most obvious signs that your front wheels need aligning is that your steering wheel will be shaking. Even a slight vibration is a tell-tale sign and as soon as you feel a change in the steering wheel, you should take your car in for a check.

Here are some common signs that you are dealing with wheels with poor alignment: 1. Vehicle pulling to the left or right. 2. Uneven or rapid tyre wear. 3. Your steering wheel is crooked when driving straight. 4. Squealing tires.

Tracking on the fronts (sometimes called a two-wheel alignment) does not take in account the direction in which the rear wheels are pointing. With such accurate readings, Four Wheel Alignment allows toe adjustments of individual wheels which ensure the steering wheel is set straight.

    Often, the wheel alignment is recommended when new tyre are installed. The alignment should be done more often if your car has wider tires or if it's a sporty car.

    If your vehicle tracks as straight as an arrow, you're wheels likely are properly aligned. Even so, it's a good idea to have your alignment checked, such as when you have your tyres rotated. You certainly should have it done when you buy new tyres, so they don't immediately start to wear unevenly.

    Sometimes, the worst part of getting your car fixed is having to bring it to the garage. We are therefore happy to offer our customers a free collection and delivery service If you prearrange a collection, we will pick your car up from your home or place of work and drive it to our premises, carry out all the necessary work (having consulted you) and deliver it back to you at the end of the day.

    We are able to tow, jump start or repair your vehicle if you are experiencing problems or broken down for a small fee. If we can't sadly start your vehicle, we can contact a local recovery firm to collect your vehicle for a very competitive price.

    • Don't want to waste your day off?
    • You don't have the time to take your car in for a service or repairs?
    • Have you got problems with getting to and from the garage?

    Here at Many Autos, we believe that we offer a valuable product with our Free Collection and Delivery Service, we can collect either from your place of work or from your home address. If you are unsure about whether the address you are considering having your vehicle collected from is not within our range, then please do contact us.

    Many Autos operate a fleet of pool cars with a dedicated driver, so wherever we are collecting from, we need to be able to leave one of our pool vehicles either in your work car park / parking space, or if in a residential area, we would need to be able to leave our car either at your house or on the road with a permit if required. We would be grateful if you could bear this in mind when booking to use our free Collection and delivery service