Wheel Alignment, Tyre's being aligned

3D Laser Wheel Alignment – Tracking

Wheel Alignment & Wheel Tracking – What’s The Difference?
None, both terms mean the same thing.

It’s the process whereby the direction and angle of the wheels on your vehicle are re-set to the specifications recommended by the vehicle manufacturer.

It’s good practice to check your wheel alignment every 18,000 – 20,000 km, or once a year at least. However, if you notice your vehicle pulling to the left or to the right or a crooked steering wheel, then you must get it checked immediately. Uneven tyre wear is another tell-tale sign of car tracking being off.

Expert Tracking Services
We use only the latest state-of-the-art 3D laser technology.

Our expert tracking technicians will ensure that any movement caused by potholes, kerbs or speed bumps are rectified ensuring:

  • Longer tyre life
  • Better fuel economy
  • Optimum handling
  • Reduced wear & tear on suspension components


BMW Wheel Alignment

Misaligned wheels are often difficult to spot, because in many cases the symptoms aren’t noticeable until it is too late.

The clearest indication that your wheel alignment is incorrect is uneven wear on the tyres, which generally is not distinguishable until the tyres are worn beyond saving.

It is best practice to have your alignment tested periodically, as this will prevent damage to tyres. Using state of the art technology our BMW Trained Technicians ensure that any movement or damage caused by pot holes, kerbs, speed bumps or incorrect suspension set-up are rectified.

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Tyre being fixed and puncture being repaired

4 Wheel Alignment

Wheel alignment (also known as “tracking”) consists of adjusting the angles of the wheels so that they are perpendicular to the ground and parallel to each other. Aligning your wheels can help maximise tyre life and ensure that your vehicle drives straight and true when on level surfaces. It will also improve your fuel economy.

Your vehicles wheel alignment should be checked when:

  • You notice uneven or rapid tyre wear
  • Your vehicle has hit something (e.g. a kerb or pothole)
  • When you replace a suspension or a steering component
  • Your vehicle pulls or drifts to one side on a flat straight road
  • When you fit a new set of tyres to your vehicle
  • Your steering wheel remains at an angle when driving in a straight line

Wheel Alignment Specialists

In the simplest form, a wheel alignment is about the adjusting the angles of a wheel so as to make them perpendicular to the ground and parallel to themselves. The main reason of implementing these adjustments is to maximise the tyre life. The cost of wheel alignment varies from company to company but at Ryan Tyres you can easily find reasonable deals and packages, fitting your budget. The services are designed carefully by keeping in minds the affordability of the clients. Hence, the pricing structure is more on the downward side. However, in terms of quality, you will get nothing but only the best. Affordable prices, superior quality and friendly services are our speciality.

For more information, give us a call on (061) 355 033