Tyre alignment, also known as wheel alignment, can help your tires perform properly and help them last longer. It can also improve handling and keep your vehicle from pulling in one direction or vibrating strangely on the road. Alignment refers to an adjustment of a vehicle’s suspension – the system that connects a vehicle to its wheels
Unbalanced wheels can cause your tyres to wear prematurely. Correct wheel balance on your car is very important. Unbalanced wheels can cause your tyres to wear prematurely, as well as causing accelerated wear of your shock absorbers, struts and steering components. All this can seriously affect your car’s overall performance.
Tyre rotation is the practice of moving your tyres from one position on the vehicle to another so that tyres wear more evenly over the course of their lives. is also vital in achieving even tread wear and long tread life. Rotation is necessary because of the uneven wear characteristics of each wheel position on the vehicle.
More often puncture is caused by a foreign object penetrating the tyre (e.g. a nail). Reduction in tyre pressure may also be caused by valve failure or the breakage of the link between tyre and rim (often caused by a collision such as hitting a curb with force). In certain situations it may be advisable to fit a new tyre.