The decision to add alignment services into your shop is always a difficult one due to the cost of the equipment required to perform alignments.
Some front-wheel-drive vehicles won’t have factory adjustments for caster or camber.
Wheel alignment is very important for many reasons.
“Rule-of-thumb” specifications are NOT a thing when it comes to alignment.
Have you had a customer come into your shop saying they are experiencing pull, but their alignment is at the manufacturer's preferred settings?
One of the most common complaints customers have is a vibration ruining the comfort of their vehicle or causing a shake in the steering wheel.
Test driving a vehicle before and after alignment is a crucial part to every alignment that you perform.
A crown is the high point that runs lengthwise down the center of the road. The sides of this high point are sloped away from the center to allow for drainage. It is normally sloped around 0.5” per foot of road from the center.