Wheel Alignments (also known as tire alignments) adjust a vehicles suspension to factory specifications so the vehicle tracks properly down the road. Wheel alignments are key to long tire life, proper vehicle performance and improved gas mileage.
It is highly recommended to check your alignment when new tires are installed, as well as annually. Normal every day driving, vehicle aging and pot holes all contribute to knocking the wheel alignment out of factory specifications.
Why Should I Align My Vehicle?
Driving a car with improper wheel alignment will cause excessive and premature tire wear. Improper alignment also reduces your fuel efficiency and your tires tread life. Improper alignment not only tugs at your steering wheel but tugs at your wallet.
Please visit our Lex Brodie’s University (LBU) Wheel Alignment and related Suspension educational videos: Alignment, Axles, Shocks And Struts, Steering, Suspension and Wheel Bearings
Lex Brodie's Wheel Alignment Services
Save Gas, Money and Your Tires — Check Your Tire Alignment! For most passenger and Light Trucks, Lex Brodie's Alignment inspections are done at no charge. If the alignment readings are with in proper specifications, then there is no charge for the Wheel Alignment Inspection!
If the alignment is off, then there is a charge of $115.99 for the 6 month / 6,000 mile warranty alignment.
We also have a 24 month / 24,000 miles warranty alignment (best value!) at $175.99.
Please note: Modified Vehicle wheel alignments are $209.99 with a 30 day warranty.
Please note; there can / may be additional charges for after market adjustment kits, on modified vehicles, commercial vehicles and for other special circumstances. In some rare cases: modified vehicles and ultra high performance vehicles will be referred to specialty shops and / or the dealer.
How do I know if I need a Tire Alignment?
There are a couple of ways to tell if your vehicle needs a tire alignment. If you have noticed at least one of these symptoms, you should get your vehicle checked out immediately.
- Pulling to the left or right
- Steering wheel vibration (from unevenly worn tires)
- Uneven or rapid tire wear
- Squealing tires
- Your steering wheel is not centered when driving straight.
Wheel Alignment Video
Importance of Wheel Alignments by Dr Joe