Wheel Alignment Service at Value Tire in Hollywood, Fl. A full service auto repair shop that can do an alignment to reduce excess wear.
Value Tire now uses a state-of-the-art Hunter WinAlign Wheen Alignment system. This new machine allows us to calibrate steering sensor control systems used in stability control as well as steering assist. For newer, modern cars with sophisticated electronics, this system is a must-have. Please see the video at the bottom of this web page.
How To Tell If Your Car Is Out Of Alignment
Check out these five simple clues to alert you that your car is due to bring in for service.
While driving on a smooth and straight road, and the car veers to the right or left without you turning the wheel, you may need to make sure that all of your wheels are aligned properly.
- STEERING WHEEL IS NOT STRAIGHT
To drive straight, the logo on your steering wheel should be perfectly horizontal. Your car is probably out of alignment if you have to hold your steering wheel at an angle to drive straight. This is extremely dangerous and should be immediately inspected by one of our ASE certified mechanics.
- TIRE WEAR
Uneven tread wear on your tires can be a good clue that something is wrong with your alignment. Inspect the rubber closely for baldness on either side. You may need to get a new tire or get the wheels aligned before the tire can heat up and go flat or get a blow out.
- TURN RETURN
If your steering wheel does not return to the center position or if the wheel feels sluggish or loose, it's a sign you may have alignment issues.
- SHAKING AND VIBRATIONS
A vibrating or shimmying steering wheel on smooth road, means that you need to have a wheel alignment service performed by out by one of our ASE certified technicians. With our Hunter alignment equipment we are sure to get your car back to road worthy conditions.
We implement a computerized alignment machine to perform our service. If you have worn out suspension parts (such as ball joints or other steering components), we can also fix those as well. It's also good idea to have your tires rotated either every other oil change or every 5,000 to 10,000 miles. We include tire rotations are part of our tire sales. Performing regular maintenance such as this will make your tires last as long as possible. It would be in your best interest to perform this upkeep as you will be able to squeeze every possible mile out of your tires.