You’ve run over a pothole or a curb, and now your car is pulling to the left or the right. If this has happened, there’s a good chance the wheels are misaligned. Misaligned wheels can shorten the life of your vehicle’s tires by wearing out the tread unevenly. When you bring your vehicle to the Knudtsen Chevrolet Service Center for wheel alignment services near Greenacres, you’ll drive more safely on the road, have more control, and increase your tires’ life.
Alignment problems occur when the vehicle’s suspension and steering systems aren’t operating at the correct angles. Wheel alignment is a standard maintenance service that resets these angles to the manufacturer’s specifications. Whether you drive a car, truck, SUV or van in Greenacres, the wheel alignment specialists at the Knudtsen Chevrolet Service Center will adjust the angles of your vehicle’s wheels to allow it to drive straight again without any pulling.
Check your car’s owner’s manual to find out how often the manufacturer recommends aligning the wheels. We recommend getting a wheel alignment after your vehicle has been involved in an accident and when you replace steering or suspension components.
When you take your Chevrolet to the Knudtsen Chevrolet Service Center for wheel alignment service, our certified service technicians will use the most up-to-date computer technology to measure the vehicle’s camber, caster and toe. The technician will set the angles to match the manufacturer’s specifications, ensuring a smooth ride, even tire wear and greater fuel economy. Our service technicians will also check and adjust your car’s suspension system, front and rear steering, tire condition and tire air pressure.
If your vehicle’s wheels are misaligned, and you ignore it, you may be headed for a number of other problems. These are some of the tire problems that can be caused by wheels that are out of alignment:
Feathering: The inner or outer edge of the tire is worn out. Each tread rib has a rounded edge on one side and a sharp edge on the other side.
One-side Wear: The inner or outer ribs of the tire wear out faster than the rest of the tire.
Cup Wear: The tire has cupped dips around the tread’s edge on the inside or the outside. This is the result of worn-out or bent suspension parts.
If you notice your vehicle is pulling to the left or right, don’t ignore it. Bring your car to the Knudtsen Chevrolet Service Center in Post Falls, Idaho. We’re nearby. We work quickly to get your vehicle back on the road.
Our customers appreciate our fair prices. You can save even more when you use one of the discount coupons on our Service Specials page. Look for our wheel alignment special. We also have many other money-saving coupons on many maintenance and repair services.
The Knudtsen Chevrolet Service Department is located at 1900 E. Polston Rd. in Post Falls, just about 20 minutes from Greenacres. Call us at 877-310-0364 to make an appointment or use the Schedule Service page on our website.