Have Your Wheels Aligned from Your Local Auto Repair Shop in Edmonton
You know that a well-maintained vehicle is a reliable vehicle. You always schedule oil changes, top off your fluids and test your battery to safeguard you and your passengers. But for many drivers, remembering to schedule a wheel alignment can sometimes be at the bottom of the to-do list. Ignoring your vehicle’s alignment can affect it in many ways, but you can count on AutoRx for complete alignment services and auto repair in Edmonton.
Choose AutoRx Repair Centres for Your Alignment in Edmonton
When you choose AutoRx, you’re not only benefitting from a knowledgeable, friendly team of auto pros, you’re also putting the power of the latest alignment technology to work for you. We’re proud to use computerized alignment equipment, ensuring unmatched precision on all our alignments.
We’ll check your tire alignment in Edmonton to make sure the tires wear evenly. If we find a problem, our team will perform a realignment. With this service, we help our clients in the following areas:
Fuel conservation: When your vehicle’s wheels are uneven, they push against each other and create friction. This friction translates to increased resistance between tires and road. As a result, you’ll end up paying more on fuel.
Tire Replacements: The longer you drive unaligned wheels, the faster their treads will wear. When we align your tires, we help to lengthen their lives.
Vehicle strain: Perhaps the most serious factor influenced by tire alignment is vehicle strain. Your vehicle operates on a delicate balance; misaligned tires can throw that that balance off.
As you can see, tire alignment is not a condition you want to leave to chance. Our team offers 80 years of combined experience with tire alignment in Edmonton. Visit our shop and you’ll leave with a well-balanced vehicle.
Schedule Auto Repair in Edmonton
We recommend that drivers check their alignment twice a year. You may also want to schedule a realignment if:
One of the tires is more worn than the other
Your car tends to veer to the right or left
You’ve driven more than 6,000 miles in a short time frame.