Tire Alignment and Wheel Balancing
Haglin Automotive has been repairing front and rear-end tire alignments on all types of vehicles and trailers for the past 25 years. If your vehicle is pulling to one side of the road when you let go of the steering wheel, then there is a good chance that you need your alignment fixed. Our technicians are fully certified to repair any vehicle that is out of alignment by performing the following checklist below.
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Standard Tire Alignment Check
- Perform Alignment Inspection
- Adjust camber, caster, and toe angles, if adjustable to manufacturer specifications
- Print out final tire alignment readings to verify alignment is within specifications
- Road Test Vehicle
If your car vibrates when you hit higher speeds (i.e., when you get on the highway) your tires may need to be balanced. Our ASE Certified technicians will inspect your vehicle’s wheel assembly and re-balance the tires accordingly to give you a smoother driving experience. We suggest you have your tires balanced each time you have your tires rotated.
If you take care of your tires and wheels through proper maintenance, they will take care of you by lasting longer and keeping you and your family safe on the road.