Tracking Wheel Alignment

As part of our commitment to safe driving, South West Nissan is incredibly pleased to offer a complimentary wheel alignment inspection to all of our customers.

Wheel alignment, or tracking, is a specific check that your vehicle’s wheels are set to the optimum position, as per the car manufacturer’s specifications. Often it is everyday driving that can affect wheel alignment and cause problems with your vehicle. Unavoidable hazards like high kerbs or driving over deceptively large potholes, are two of the most common causes of changes to wheel alignment.

Unfortunately, incorrect alignment can result in quicker tyre wear. It can even affect the handling and safety of the vehicle. By checking your vehicle’s wheel alignment, you could prolong the life of your tyres by up to 12,000 miles. But not only that, correct tracking can increase fuel efficiency and improve steering controls, so it is really important to get your wheel alignment checked regularly.

Using the latest technology, South West Nissan offers a complimentary alignment inspection to confirm if your vehicle is within specification. We will check that your wheels are properly aligned and, in turn, reduce the likelihood of steering and suspension issues. If alignment corrections are required, our technicians can fix them for just £59.99. At more than half the price of a new tyre, it really does make sense.

Get in touch with our service team to book your free wheel alignment inspection today. The test will take less than 15 minutes and you will have total peace of mind that your car is running efficiently and effectively.

Tracking Wheel Alignment


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