Does it feel like your car isn’t going in the same direction as you would like?
Do you feel like your car is shaking at certain speeds?
ALIGNMENT & SUSPENSION SERVICES
A rough ride is your clue that your car needs auto suspension repair. Don’t ignore that pulling in your steering wheel or the rumbling from your undercarriage. Instead, get alignment and suspension services from the best wheel alignment shop in the area: Hi-Tech Auto Repair!
Not only will we deliver the best wheel alignment, we’ll make sure your car’s many undercarriage components are inspected and serviced by an experienced suspension mechanic. Our attention to detail and ability to service your vehicle’s many systems means you’re always going to get the very best in alignment service and car suspension repair from our shop.
What causes alignment problems?
• Potholes and poor road conditions
• Uneven tread wear on your tires
• Wear and tear on suspension components (ball joints, control arm bushings, etc.)
• Damaged steering parts (tie rod ends, idler arms, etc.)
• Body/frame damage from a recent collision
Keep in mind, sometimes an alignment can’t be done until the problem causing misalignment is fixed. Replacing damaged struts, changing out tires or repairing damage to your auto’s frame will ensure a re-alignment takes hold.
Our team is uniquely qualified to perform alignment services and our shop comes equipped with everything needed to properly measure and adjust your wheels. Barring any repairs, the alignment process only takes about an hour and could impact everything from your fuel economy to component wear.
Does your vehicle need suspension repair?
• Vibrations, shaking or pulling when cornering
• Bouncy or shaky rides on relatively flat ground
• Rocking or swaying from your vehicle
• Fluid leakage from shocks and struts
• Problems reverting back to center after a turn
• Groaning or creaking from your chassis while driving
Suspension issues result in discomfort while you’re driving. If your vehicle feels like it’s being stressed, strained or has lost stability, it’s a good sign that your suspension has been compromised. You may even begin to see a loss in fuel economy or problems with other components, like cupping or balding of your tires.