At SM Motors Ltd, we are proud to offer all kinds of wheel alignment services – whether it is your front wheel or all four wheels. The majority of problems take place on the front wheels as they’re more likely to get moved about on a day to day basis when driving. Front wheels are also the most important as they’re responsible for your vehicle steering. There are a number of reasons why all four vehicle wheels can become misaligned including general wear and tear, uneven road surfaces, potholes, speed bumps and bumping kerbs.
Our garage facilities in the heart of Hailsham are fully equipped with the latest alignment technology that allows us to target the problem and resolve it in a timely manner. At SM Motors Ltd, we’re proud to offer quality wheel alignment services that are completed by highly qualified technicians who have many years of experience in the motor industry. If you would like to bring your vehicle in for a wheel alignment service, contact us today to arrange an appointment.
SM Motors Ltd is the ideal location to get your vehicle wheels serviced or repaired. More specifically, we can provide wheel alignment, tracking and balancing at competitive prices. We can work on any make or model of vehicle and fix them up to the highest standards. We also have expert knowledge and specialise in working with a wide range of vehicles – no matter what make or model it is. So, whether you need wheel alignment checks or inspections, tyre repairs or replacements or suspension checks contact us today to book an appointment.
Wheel alignment (which is also referred to as tracking) is an important part of the upkeep of your vehicle. Why? Because it ensures that all the wheels on your vehicle are pointing forward and are set to the right angles. Having these angles on your wheel allows you to drive your vehicle properly and efficiently. If wheel alignment isn’t done from time to time it can cause problems for your vehicle down the line. For example, it could cause uneven tyre wear which can shorten the life of your tyres.
A good way to check if your vehicle is having wheel alignment related issues is by checking the tyres. If there is any uneven wear it’s most likely due to your vehicle’s wheels not being in alignment. Another warning sign is if your steering pulls to one side even if you’re driving on a flat road surface. Another indicator could be excessive vibration coming from the steering wheel – this is easier to spot when driving at faster speeds. Aside from the affects poor wheel alignment has on your steering, it can also damage other parts of your vehicle including your suspension, steering and other components.