11 December 2019
You can usually tell when your car's wheels are misaligned. Firstly, you notice your car's inability to have its wheels align perfectly with your steering. When turning a corner, your car's steering should smoothly adjust itself into the straight position as you ease your grip on the wheel. Signs of uneven tyre wear will also indicate wheel misalignment, causing much unneeded inconvenience and the need for potential tyre replacement.
Scanning across dozens of our recent mobile mechanic jobs across Brisbane, we list some of the most commonly documented causes of wheel misalignment:
The most common cause we've seen for wheel misalignment is sudden impact on obstructing surfaces. Your car's steering may be thrown off thanks to impact caused by hitting gutters or kerbs, driving too quickly over speed bumps, or even driving over large potholes on the road.
Naturally over the course of time, your car's components in its wheel bay will weaken or deteriorate. Wear and tear on suspension springs, shock absorbers or axles may contribute to wheel misalignment. Should you suspect wheel misalignment as a result of worn parts, we suggest you contact your mobile mechanic as quickly as possible just in case a more severe problem may be at play.
Adjustment of car height
Your car's suspension, brake and wheel set up are designed for a specific ride height. In the event this has been modified, we've seen that wheel alignment is also affected.
Whether you're at home, the office or onsite for a job, Stouch Auto and Mechanical are equipped to handle any wheel alignment concerns you may have. We'll respond quickly to any of your mechanical issues and ensure your car is in top-notch condition before tacking Queensland's roads this summer. Contact Queensland's fastest growing mobile mechanic today on 1300 568 603.
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