On Site Alignment

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German Autosport has added the latest in alignment technology from Hunter to serve you better. With on-site alignment, your vehicle will be on the road in no time. Our services reduce downtime, meaning your car won’t spend days in the shop!  Proper wheel alignment is absolutely crucial for your tires and their lifespan. Constant wear and tear occur at a different rate on each tire, making it highly important to rotate and align tires on a regular basis. Here’s what you need to know about wheel alignment.

Why Wheel Alignment is Necessary

As a car owner, it is your responsibility to keep up with scheduling maintenance for your vehicle to ensure it is performing safely and efficiently. If your tires and wheels are out of alignment, there are several problems that can occur within your vehicle.

For Your Safety- First and foremost, tire alignment is necessary for your own safety. Keeping your vehicle properly aligned allows for safer steering and driving.

Reduce Wear & Tear of Tires- Did you know that proper alignment can extend the life of your tires by more than 30%? Regularly having your tires aligned will help to avoid premature tire replacement.

Protect Your Vehicle’s Components- If you neglect tire alignment, not only will 4 new tires be costly, but poor alignment can also put unnecessary stress on steering and suspension components. Your vehicle is a complex machine, and everything needs to work together to run efficiently and safely.

Decrease Fuel Costs- Don’t waste more money on gas than necessary- It’s expensive enough! A properly aligned vehicle can provide more than 2% of fuel savings.

When do I Need an Alignment?

This is perhaps one of the most commonly asked questions about wheel alignment. However, it’s not a “one size fits all” answer. There are several factors that will go into this. First, look for some of the telltale signs, such as the steering wheel being tilted to one side even when the vehicle is driving straight. Additionally, if you’ve had any suspension parts damaged or replaced, such as the ball joints, springs or tie rods, alignment should also be checked. Misalignment can also be caused by hitting a curb, pothole, or an accident, especially one that impacts the front end. Misaligned tires can be a safety hazard, and these signs should never be ignored.

Our On-Site Alignment Services in Amesbury MA

If you think your vehicle may be in need of tire alignment, take advantage of our on-site alignment services! Contact us today to ask about our state-of-the-art capability with sophisticated Hunter technology.