Proper Alignment for Vehicle Wheels

Regardless of the type of vehicle that you drive, if you're noticing a shaking when you move at high speeds, your wheels might be out of alignment. Hitting potholes as you drive around Washington, PA or running over rocks on rough dirt roads could cause the wheels of your car or truck to shift position. Jefferson Auto believes that getting the alignment of all four wheels checked regularly can help you avoid major issues with your vehicle in the future.

The alignment of a wheel is measured by the camber, caster, and toe angle. These determine how a wheel is positioned relative to the frame of the vehicle and the other wheels. If one or more wheels are out of alignment, it can cause stress on various parts of the vehicle. Bearings can wear out more quickly, and tires will wear unevenly if the alignment issue is not addressed.

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