Wheel AlignmentIn Burgess Hill

Front wheel alignment specialists

Experience precision and expertise with Wheelbase Garage, your front wheel alignment specialists. Proper wheel alignment is crucial for ensuring your vehicle’s optimal performance, safety, and tyre longevity. Our team of skilled technicians specialises in front wheel alignment, using the latest technology and equipment to accurately adjust the angles of your wheels. Misaligned wheels can lead to uneven tyre wear, poor handling, and increased fuel consumption. Our service ensures that your vehicle’s wheels are perfectly aligned according to the manufacturer’s specifications, providing you with a smoother ride, improved handling, and extended tyre life.

Wheelbase Garage, Burgess Hill

Maximise tyre life

Misalignment can cause rapid and uneven tyre wear, leading to the need for premature replacements. Our precise wheel alignment adjusts the angles of your tyres to ensure they make optimal contact with the road. This reduces unnecessary friction and wear, allowing your tyres to perform better and last longer. Regular wheel alignment checks are a smart investment, saving you money in the long run by maximising tyre life and improving overall vehicle efficiency.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Wheel alignment involves adjusting the angles of your vehicle’s wheels to the manufacturer’s specifications. It’s important because proper alignment ensures optimal contact of the tyres with the road, leading to improved vehicle handling, increased fuel efficiency, and extended tyre life. It also helps in maintaining a straight steering wheel and smoother driving experience.

It’s generally recommended to have your wheels aligned every 10,000 to 15,000 miles or at least once a year. However, if you frequently drive on rough roads, or if you notice symptoms like uneven tyre wear or your vehicle pulling to one side, you should have it checked sooner.

Signs that your vehicle may need wheel alignment include uneven or rapid tyre wear, the steering wheel being off-centre when driving straight, the vehicle pulling to one side, and unusual handling or vibrations.

Front wheel alignment involves adjusting only the front wheels, while four-wheel alignment includes adjustments to all four wheels. The type of alignment your vehicle needs depends on its make and model, as well as the type of suspension system.

A typical wheel alignment takes about an hour. However, the time can vary depending on the type of vehicle and the extent of the alignment needed.

Yes, proper wheel alignment can improve fuel efficiency. Misaligned wheels can create more rolling resistance as the tyres aren’t moving in a straight line, which requires more energy (fuel) to move the vehicle.