Tire Alignment in Daphne, AL


No matter what type of Buick or GMC you drive, having the right wheel alignment on your vehicle is vital. Always be sure to have your wheels aligned when you install new suspension components or tires, or if you notice odd wear patterns on your tires.

What Proper Alignment Means for You

Wheel alignment is similar to tuning up the suspension system of the car. Our professionals will measure the angles of the car's suspension as well as various other components so that the wheels are parallel to each other, and also perpendicular to the surface you are driving on.

Having your car's tires properly aligned has a significant impact on the steering and handling of the vehicle. If these systems aren't operating as needed, then suspension becomes out-of-alignment. Every make and model has unique specifications for alignment, so it is important to take your car to a mechanic familiar with your particular vehicle.

Know When to Come in for an Alignment Check

General rule of thumb suggests that you should come in for tire alignment service every 6 months or 6,000 miles, whichever comes first. You may need to have your tire alignment checked after hitting any large object, or if you notice that one of your tires is wearing out faster than the others. You also may need to come in for service if you begin to feel your steering wheel vibrate. Schedule your next appointment with us online or give us a call at (251) 625-8014.