Have your Wheel Alignment checked every other tire rotation and always when installing new tires. Wheel alignment consists of adjusting the angles of the wheels so that they are set to the car maker's specification. Proper wheel alignment saves you gas, increases the safety of your vehicle, reduces the wear on your tires, as well as reducing the strain on your car.
Signs your wheel alignment may be off include:
- Vehicle pulling to the left or right
- Uneven or rapid tire wear
- Steering wheel crooked while driving straight
- Squealing tires