How to Tell When Your Alignment is Going Bad

If you are driving a car more than about five years old, it is all but inevitable that at some point you will be forced to deal with a bad alignment. As cars age, the parts that often wear out the fastest are those related directly to the steering and the wheels.

Steering components, such as tie rod ends, ball joints and control arm bushings, are guaranteed to eventually wear out from normal use. Once these parts become worn, your car's alignment will begin to fall outside of the manufacturer-specified tolerances.

While a bad alignment may not seem like much of a problem, at least on dry roads at low speeds, the truth is that anytime your steering wheel is pulling to one side or another, your car is being driven in an unsafe condition.

Our dealership, located in Forest, MS, has the most experienced alignment techs in the area. Come into our service center and see us today.

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