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Wheel Alignment

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Wheel Alignment

Front wheels only

Correct wheel alignment improves road holding and maximises the life of tyres. Aligning the front two wheels resolves alignment issues for most vehicles, but if additional work is needed a quote will be provided.

£29.99

Wheel alignment (or tracking) is an important part of car maintenance. It refers to the angle and direction at which your tyres are set.

Wheel alignment involves adjusting the angles of the wheels to the recommended position as outlined in your vehicle's manufacturer specification.

Hitting kerbs or driving at speed through a pothole can result in wheel misalignment. Poorly aligned tyres can affect road holding, increase fuel consumption and decrease the life of your tyres, so it's really important to check your wheels regularly.


Watch out for these classic signs of wheel misalignment:

  • Uneven tyre wear
  • Drag or pulling
  • Steering wheel vibration

Find out more about Abnormal Tyre Wear.


Have you noticed difficulties with steering, or your vehicle pulling to one side? Are your tyres wearing on one side more than the other? These are classic signs of wheel misalignment.

    Watch out for:
  • Uneven or abnormal tyre wear
  • Drag or pulling to one side
  • Steering wheel vibration
  • Scrubbing or squealing noises at low speeds

A tyre that is 'toed in' will show wear on the outer shoulder of the tyre, while a tyre that is 'toed out' will show wear on the inner shoulder.

Find out more about Wheel Alignment.


Please note:

Our web booking is for the alignment of the front two wheels, which is sufficient to resolve the majority of misalignment problems. Not all cars can have the rear wheels adjusted, so any additional requirement for all four wheels to be adjusted needs to be discussed with the Autocentre once the initial check is done. A separate quote will be provided if necessary.