The wheels of your vehicle must be adjusted for parallelism as well as perpendicular to the chassis of the vehicle. They must also be at 90 degrees with the road surface as well as weight balanced. To ensure that, wheel alignment, wheel balancing, camber and castor angles are professionally adjusted. This in the long run ensures road safety, driving comfort as well as for economical driving saving fuel and tyre wear.
How IT works
Treadsetters have the state of the art wheel alignment and balancing equipment as well as the expertise to offer the service.
When is your vehicle due for Wheel Alignment / Balancing:
- When you notice abnormal tyre wear.
- Wandering vehicle tendency while on the road – out of line.
- Pulling on one side.
- Steering wheel spokes off line while driving straight ahead.
- During regular vehicle service.
- Vibration on steering wheel at certain speed.
- Vibration on seat or floor board while on the road.
- Scalloped or cupped wear on tyres.
- After tyre change.