What Happens When Your Vehicle Falls Out of Alignment?

For the most efficient driving performance, your tires must travel straight down the road with even tread/surface contact. When your tires work as they are designed to work, they wear evenly while maintaining a constant grip on the road. If your tires are not centered on the road, they will wear out quickly.

Camber misalignment happens when the tires are set at a tilt to the outside or the inside of the vehicle. They do not contact the road evenly. Camber misalignment will cause the tires to wobble and wear in the center or crown of the tread. Worn wheel parts such as ball-joints, bearing, or other essential connections in the suspension contribute toward camber misalignment. An adjustment to the front end must be made.

To get your front-end alignment and eliminate the camber, come to Bluebonnet Motors for a quick inspection and maintenance.

 

 

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