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TIRE SERVICES IN SURPRISE, GILBERT, & GLENDALE, AZ

TIRE ROTATION AND ALIGNMENT SERVICES

Does your car vibrate when you turn your wheel? Is your steering wheel crooked when you drive straight? Does your car pull to the right or left? Can you see major tire wear and you just bought brand-new tires? If so, you may need an alignment in Surprise, Gilbert, & Glendale, AZ. These are all indicators that your alignment might be off. Sure, your car can still operate and get you from point A to point B if your alignment is off, but that does not mean it is not causing more damage while doing so. Here at Surprise Car Care, Gilbert Car Care, & Glendale Car Care, our ASE Master Certified technicians have the latest tools and technology to get you back on the road quickly, at an affordable price. You need a team you can trust to take care of all your needs when it comes to alignment in Surprise, Gilbert, & Glendale, AZ.

Factory Scheduled Maintenance  — Alignment Services in Surprise, AZ
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Owned and operated by Mike Holsinger, he has dedicated his professional career since college to perfecting the art of automotive repair. He has serviced, personally, a vast array of alignments from all types of makes and models over his career and has assembled a team of master technicians that have done the same. Alignment in Surprise, Gilbert, & Glendale, AZ does not get better than with this team at Surprise Car Care, Gilbert Car Care, and Glendale Car Care.

Not only servicing your alignment, but diagnosing exactly what is wrong with it is their specialty. There are a number of different type of alignments that your vehicle may need. Those include:

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Thrust alignment – front wheels are aligned to the rear axle

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Two­ wheel alignment – only handles the front two wheels

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Four ­wheel alignment – all four wheels on both axles are adjusted to be parallel to each other

Making sure you get the correct alignment in Surprise, Gilbert, & Glendale, AZ will ensure that your alignment issues will not cause you more cost and damage when it comes to wheels and tires. Even brand-new tires can become victims of a bad alignment. Regular wear and tear will not be your only issue for your tires if your alignment is neglected. Alignment problems can be caused by something as simple as a pothole, hitting a curb, or just wear and tear. If you see any of those indicators, do not hesitate to call Mike and his team down at Surprise Car Care, Gilbert Car Care, & Glendale Car Care. They are the leaders who truly care when it comes to alignment in Surprise, Gilbert, & Glendale, AZ.

FAQs For Tire Service

Do I Need An Alignment After Replacing The Tires?
Yes, it’s generally a good idea to get a wheel alignment after replacing tires. When you install new tires, the alignment of your wheels can be affected, even if it was previously correct.
Do I Need An Alignment With New Tires?
Yes, it’s a good idea to get a wheel alignment when you install new tires. Proper alignment ensures that your vehicle’s wheels are set to the manufacturer’s specifications, helping with tire wear, handling, and fuel efficiency.
How Much Is A Wheel Alignment?
Feel free to reach out to any of our locations to inquire about pricing.
How Long Does A Wheel Alignment Take?
A typical wheel alignment usually takes around 30 minutes to an hour to complete. However, the exact duration can vary depending on several factors, including the type of alignment needed (two-wheel or four-wheel), the technician’s experience, and the equipment used. It’s a relatively quick procedure that involves adjusting the angles of your vehicle’s wheels to ensure they are aligned correctly according to the manufacturer’s specifications.
How Do You Know When You Need A Wheel Alignment?
You may need a wheel alignment if you notice signs like uneven or rapid tire wear, your vehicle pulling to one side, or if the steering wheel is off-center when driving straight.
How Often Do You Need A Wheel Alignment?
You generally need a wheel alignment when you notice signs of misalignment, such as uneven tire wear, vehicle pulling to one side, or steering issues. However, it’s a good practice to include a wheel alignment as part of your regular vehicle maintenance every 12,000 to 15,000 miles or once a year, even if you don’t notice any specific problems, as preventive maintenance.
How Often Should I Rotate My Tires?
You should typically rotate your tires every 6,000 to 8,000 miles, or as recommended in your vehicle’s owner’s manual. Rotating tires regularly helps ensure even tire wear and extends their lifespan by balancing the wear patterns across all four tires. It’s an important part of routine tire maintenance to promote safe and efficient driving.