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