by Lee Wyatt
(last updated March 29, 2012)
What many people don't really understand about alignments is that it doesn't really refer to the wheels of your car. Rather it is a term that refers to the suspension of your vehicle. This suspension is what helps ensure that your vehicle is going in the direction that you want it to. But periodically, there will come a time when this alignment get's out of whack and ends up affecting the way that your vehicle responds. Determining when you need an alignment change or job isn't all that difficult. In fact, there are usually a few indicators that will tell you when you should have it looked at. Basically if you start noticing more than one of these problems all at the same time then you need to get your alignment looked at. However, if you find even one, then you probably should get your alignment looked at.
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