Wheel Alignment

Get the most out of your tyres by making sure your wheels are aligned correctly

We want you to get the best possible value out of your tyres, and that means making sure they are correctly aligned.

If your steering wheel is vibrating, or your car pulls to one side of the road, it’s likely your wheels are out of alignment. Even a slight misalignment can cause your tyres to wear excessively and unevenly. It can also compromise your car’s overall safety and make it less fuel-efficient.

 Tyreright recommends an alignment check every 10,000kms or every six months (whichever comes first). This will ensure that your tyres aren’t fighting each other, and your wallet, every time you’re on the road.

 

You should also have a wheel alignment any time you get two or more replacement tyres on your car. To remind you, we always ask you if you’d like one when you purchase in-store or check-out online.

 

There are several types of wheel alignments. Which one you need will vary depending on your vehicle.

 

Click on these quick links to discover more.

What is a wheel alignment?

What makes your wheels go out of alignment?

What are the different types of wheel alignments?