Fleet America Alignment Services
Your fleet vehicles are aligned when all the parts of their steering and suspension systems are lined up properly.
Getting an alignment a couple of times each year is recommended to protect the investment in your tires.
In addition to tire balancing and rotation, getting an alignment can lengthen the life of your tires, increase fuel economy and enhance the performance and safety of every vehicle in your fleet.
It's More Than A Tire Alignment.
Your suspension gets slightly out of whack with every bump in the road throwing it this way or that. You can't always see when your car or truck is out of alignment. But the signs are there if you look.
- Uneven tire wear – most often on the outside edge of one of the tires.
- Pulling to one side when traveling in a straight line.
- Increased fuel consumption.
- Sluggish steering.
- An off-center steering wheel when the vehicle is moving in a straight line.