Alignment and Balancing Car

The alignment consists of adjusting the tire of your car, so that all the wheels are parallel to each other vertical to the road, according to your technical automotive manufacturer. Three basic angles are correct alignment: the camber, caster and the convergence or divergence.

Wheels without alignment can cause difficulty in the overall operation of the vehicle. The alignment of the four wheels are necessary for many drivers, especially those with front-wheel drive. The wheels may be misaligned during a car accident or simply a bump in the road defects such as potholes or curbs. There are several signs that alert us of an impending alignment on all four wheels, such as the steering wheel pulling strongly on one side or uneven tire wear.

Proper wheel alignment provides many benefits, including reducing the cost of fuel, as the wheels are aligned correctly offer significantly less rolling resistance. Alignment routine wheels also prevent disproportionate tire wear, so that your tires last longer.

Contact us today for an alignment of all four wheels with the most modern machine existing in Greece at the moment.

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