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Are you looking for 4 Wheel Alignment Blyth for your vehicle?

The car wheels come attached to your vehicle’s axle and suspension system at certain angles. However, with over usage, this axle geometry of your car can become faulty.

If you manoeuvre an all-wheel-drive vehicle with an independent suspension system, it requires adequate 4-wheel alignment checks to restore misaligned wheel angles to their original conditions.

Hence, for a reliable vehicular workshop to provide a transparent 4-wheel alignment Blyth in minimal turn-around time – consider us at Avor Garages NE Ltd your best option! Our technicians with hands-on experience use top-of-the-line equipment to adjust all four front and rear wheels.

So, what are you waiting for? Contact blyth@avorvanhire.co.uk or 01670 361656 for further information.

Reasons for wheel misalignment

Several factors can contribute to misaligned car wheels. These include:

  • Driving at high speed on bumpy roads
  • Using over or under-inflated tyres
  • Driving over potholes
  • Worn-out car components

Symptoms of misaligned wheels

It is best to keep an eye out for some notable warning signs of wheel misalignment, including:

  • Your vehicle drifts to the left or right when driving straight
  • Increased fuel consumption
  • Excessive tread wear
  • Crooked and juddering steering wheel
  • Poor short braking efficiency

Why us?

Our technicians use advanced machinery to get an accurate measure of these wheel angles:

Camber: The inward or outward angles of the car wheel, if you look at the vehicle from the front, is called the camber angle.

Caster: The angle your car’s steering makes with the vertical axis when you observe the vehicle from the side is the caster angle.

Toe: The inward and outward angle of the wheels when observing your car from above is called a toe angle.

Thrust: We measure the thrust angle by imagining a line perpendicular to the centreline of the rear axle.

We compare these angles with the manufacturer’s specification to understand the degree of misalignment and readjust them accordingly.

Sounds promising? So, stop searching for ‘4 Wheel Alignment Blyth’ and visit us at 485 Plessey Road, Blyth, Northumberland, NE24 3LU today!