4 Wheel Alignment ​

As part of our commitment to ensuring safe and roadworthy vehicles to our customers, Jacksons Ford has a highly comprehensive selection of wheel alignment services available through our aftersales team.

Wheel alignment, or tracking, is a specific check that your vehicle’s wheels are set to the optimum position. These specifications are set by your manufacturer and are fundamental to your vehicle running efficiently and effectively. If your wheel alignment is incorrect, it can impact many other component parts of your vehicle. The most commonly known outcome for incorrect alignment is quicker tyre wear. However, it can also affect the handling and safety of your vehicle.

Often it is every day driving that can affect wheel alignment. Unavoidable hazards like high kerbs or uneven terrain caused by large potholes are two of the most common causes of changes to wheel alignment. Regular checks of your vehicle’s wheel alignment could prolong the life of your tyres by up to 12,000 miles. Further, making sure your alignment is correct can increase fuel efficiency and improve steering controls, so we can’t stress enough the importance of getting wheel alignment checked regularly.

Happily, Jacksons Ford is an expert in wheel alignment. We have the latest technology and diagnostic equipment on the market, which allows us to make sure that our customers really are getting the best from their vehicle. This includes Hunter 4 wheel alignment technology which is renowned for its accuracy. Using a series of high-definition imaging sensors, this cutting edge technology measures 14 primary alignment angles on your vehicle, including camber, caster, thrust line, toe in and toe out. It then measures the position and orientation of your car wheels against the manufacturer guidelines so that adjustments can be made where necessary.

To get your wheel alignment checked, get in touch with our service team today. It is really quick and it will give you total peace of mind that your car is running efficiently and effectively. Give us a call, enquire online or send us an email, and one of our service team will get back to you as soon as possible.

Q; I have hit a pot hole in the road what should i do ?

A;You should get a free of charge alignment check, and at the same time inspect the tyre,wheel, and other suspension components for any damage, the effects of hitting a pot hole can take many miles to show through and then it can be much more costly to rectify. In most cases if anything is required then its a simple readjustment of the suspension which is not too costly.

For more information or an informal chat about your Tyre and alignment issues call today

01564 793050