Wheel Alignment in Marysville
Taking care of your alignments, The Bud's way.
If you feel like you've got some slack in your steering or have some slight veering towards one side, you may have a problem that could be related to your wheel alignment. Don't worry, Bud's Auto Repair and Transmission will get everything straightened out for you. Performing alignments on vehicles is no easy task, so you want to be sure you go to the experienced auto mechanics who will get the job done right the first time. Bud's Auto Repair is up for the challenge.
Why are wheel alignments important?
Wheel alignments are important for various reasons that go from vehicle safety to comfortability of driving. One of the most common reasons for an alignment to be performed on a vehicle is to prevent uneven wear your tires that in the future may cause damage to suspension components. When a vehicle isn't properly aligned, your vehicle may also begin veer to the right or left side, as well as being able to feel a vibration while driving. Keeping a vehicles aligned will extend the life of your tires and prevent a worse case scenario of tire damage that is beyond being repairable (premature replacement). To keep it sweet and short, proper alignments allow for safe driving.
What is a wheel alignment?
When driving a vehicle, there are many factors as to what causes a vehicle to get out of alignment. Road conditions, hitting pot holes, or being in a small accident; All these could be factors in your vehicle having a bad alignment. The process of an alignment is different depending on what type of vehicle is being aligned. We use high tech equipment that allow us to make sure your vehicles wheels are up to spec when it comes to being aligned. Cars that are considered Passenger cars and have four wheel suspension receive a different alignment process compared to a double wishbone suspension, or the wheels on a box truck that is used to haul heavy equipment. Whether you're driving a Subaru Impreza, Ford F-350 or a Dodge Cummins, Bud's has you covered.