Getting your wheel alignment checked regularly will boost the lifespan of your tyres. As a fundamental preventative maintenance protocol for motorists, it is recommended that you check your wheel alignment at least every 10 000 km, or once a year if you are a low-mileage driver. Additionally, wheel alignment should be checked after an impact with potholes, pavements, and similar instances.

What happens if I don't receive proper wheel alignment?

When proper alignment is not performed, it gives rise to a host of other issues such as steering wheel pull, uneven tyre wear, and an increased rate of mechanical or expansion wear.

Our certified technicians are experts in their field, specialising in the comprehensive range of alignment services we offer. 

With every wheel alignment, we will:

  • Adjust the three primary wheel alignment angles to manufacturer specification. These include:

    • Camber: the angle at which the wheels are tilted inwards or outwards. 

    • Toe:the angle at which the wheels point towards or away from each other. 

    • Caster: a little more complex to understand, caster is the angle created by the steering pivot point from the front to back of the vehicle. This affects how your steering wheel returns to position after completing a turn. 

Important to note: additional labour and parts may be needed on some vehicles requiringr more complex adjustments.


  • Inspect your steering and suspension system. 

  • Check your tyre condition and air pressure. 

  • Reset your tyre pressure monitoring system (TPMS) where fitted.

  • Road test your vehicle.

  • Provide a printout of the "before" and "after" alignment readings.