Four Wheel Alignment
Certified Honda Four Wheel Alignment Service
Wheel alignment, also known as breaking or tracking, is something all responsible drivers should keep in mind. As part of your Honda’s standard upkeep, you need to be sure the angle of your wheels is adjusted to fit manufacturer specifications.
When the wheels of your vehicle are not aligned, there is uneven pressure on the tires. When that happens, the car faces uneven friction and much more resistance from the road surface. This results in the tire becoming bald on one side and can ultimately lead to flat tires or blowouts on the road. Misaligned wheels can also cause your vehicle to pull or drift out of your lane, potentially causing an accident.
The best way to prevent these dangerous situations is to have your car, van, truck, or SUV inspected and serviced by a professional – someone trained to work on your vehicle’s exact make and model. For Honda drivers in the San Antonio area, Fiesta Honda is the place to go!
Our dealership combines a hard working, knowledgeable staff with an advanced service center, making us one of the best Honda service departments in the Alamo City. We will always use the highest quality OEM parts and fluids to restore your vehicle to exact factory standards.
Our team of Honda experts uses the latest in wheel alignment technology and procedures to be sure your vehicle is running as it should. We’ll also be more than happy to offer everyday advice on how to keep your wheels properly aligned.
We are here to provide all of our customers fast, reliable solutions to any problems, and to answer any and all questions you may have.
Frequently Asked Questions
How did my wheels become misaligned?
4 Things That May Throw Your Wheel Alignment Out of Whack
- Hitting Curbs
- Zooming Over Speed Bumps
- Hitting Potholes
- Getting Into an Accident
How do I know if my wheels are out of alignment?
4 Signs Your Wheels are Misaligned
- Uneven Wear on Your Tire Treads – Check that the wear on the front tires match. Then do the same for the back tires. If they appear the same on both sides, your car is likely aligned. If they do not, there are possible misalignment issues.
- Your Vehicle Veers to One Side – This can be a sharp pull to one side, or a slight, steady pull to the left or right as you drive.
- Steering Wheel Vibration – This can be caused by misalignment, resulting from your tires pulling in opposite directions of each other.
- Crooked Steering Wheel – If you’re driving with your steering wheel held off center, this is a sign of misalignment. People often do this subconsciously. The next time you drive, make a conscious effort to determine the angle of your steering wheel while driving straight forward.