Wheel Alignment Ashington
Wheel alignment is all about your wheel angles and positioning. It plays a huge part in the way your vehicle drives and how safe it is.
However, it’s often one of the more overlooked components of a car. But, the longer you leave poor alignment, the worst – and more costly – it’s going to get. You’re also putting your family in danger every time you get in a car with faulty wheel alignment.
With the right tools, it can be fixed. So, if you’re facing potholes regularly, have hit a curb or have noticed your car pulling, give us a call. We’ll have you back on the road in no time.
How Do I Know If My Alignment Is Wrong?
- Is your vehicle pulling to the left or right?
- Noticed your car pulling?
- Is your steering wheel crooked while you drive straight?
- Uneven wear on your tyres?
The chances are you have issues with your alignment. So, make sure you get it checked. We 100% recommend getting your alignment checked as soon as you think you might have an issue.
It’ll not only save you money, but it’ll also keep the rest of your vehicle running smoothly. The longer you leave your car with poor alignment, the longer it has to directly affect other components.
The simple answer for issues with your wheel alignment in Ashington – Cavendish Motors.
Just get in touch! We’re happy to help.
How Much Does Wheel Alignment Cost?
As the premier garage for wheel alignment in Ashington, we’ve made sure we always offer the best value wheel alignment in the area.
Our most popular wheel alignment package – Toe & Go – starts from just £45.00. Here we measure and set up your front alignment for correct ‘Toe’, and ensure your front wheels are aligned with your rear.
We also offer rear alignment, which starts from £75. However, due to the complexity of rear alignment, we recommend bringing your car in for a quick 15-minute check before we give you a definite quote.
While we try to keep our alignment packages as simple as possible, if you’re looking for 4-wheel alignment or adjustments, especially on high-performance cars, it’s better to give us a call and tell us your specific situation.
How To Check Your Tyre Pressure?
First, get a reliable pressure gauge. Then, remove the dust cap from the tyre valve and place the pressure gauge in the valve.
Once you’re there, press the gauge down onto the valve stem to make sure you get an accurate reading. If the reading is outside the recommended pressures for your vehicle, you’ll need to either inflate or deflate your tyres.
Please make sure you check all your tyres, including spares.
If you don’t feel confident doing this, or you don’t have the time, just give us a call. We’re happy to do it for you.
Courtesy Cars Available
If you need a vehicle whilst we repair your car, no problem. Just let us know when you book in.
Flexible Payment Plans
Would you like to spread your repair payments? We’ve got several easy plans to help you out.
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We’re open 5 days a week and are always here to help.
Call or email us now to get your questions answered!