While you’re driving your Buick, you may feel that the car is pulling to one side. It could be time for you to get a wheel alignment.
A vehicle pulling in one direction, uneven tire wear, and a crooked steering wheel are signs that a tire alignment is needed.
Read about problems that could be mistaken for a tire alignment problem in this article.
Curbs, potholes and suspension wear can cause tires to go out of alignment.
We recommend tire alignments when you get new tires and every 15,000 miles.
What happens if you don’t get regular Buick tire alignments
If you drive a Buick and don’t have an alignment performed regularly, you run the risk of having tire wear problems. This not only means that your tires will wear out sooner, but there will also be a chain reaction of symptoms.
For example, if you have a tire that wears out on the outer shoulders and it gets bad enough, then your car might start traveling to the left.
At that point, a new alignment won’t address the issue, because it has become a tire problem.
We have state-of-the-art equipment, and specs for all makes and models.
More information about what happens during tire alignments can be found in this blog post.
In addition to alignments, we provide an assortment of services, including repair for Buick cars and SUV’s.
HomeTowne Auto Repair & Tire is an authorized Michelin and BFGoodrich tire dealer located in Woodbridge, Virginia. Automotive repair services are performed on all makes and models, including oil changes, brakes, alignments, inspections, and computer engine diagnostics.