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Heights Car Care

1320 Main Street #1
Billings, MT 59105

Icy and jagged roads in winter are dangerous to drive on, and it is quite important that every vehicle has not lost the correct wheel alignment. The wheels on both sides of the vehicle must face the same direction. Otherwise, you will feel the car wavering when the alignment is not correct.

#1: How Are Car Alignment Services Completed?

The alignment of the vehicle is completed using the front wheels. The front axle of the car is designed to steer, and it must point straight when the wheel is at rest. The wheel must remain straight and true while driving, and the car cannot move when the gas pedal is depressed. Drivers who feel torque steering must come to the mechanic for immediate service.

#2: Checking The Gas Mileage

The mileage on your vehicle changes when the wheels are wavering, and you will lose money every time you head to the pumps. Your mileage could become so low that you may consider it's a faulty engine.

#3: Danger On The Roads

The roads are quite dangerous in the winter as they are covered in ice and may be in poor repair with potholes, etc. You need a vehicle that will steer properly in the worst of conditions. You may not be able to control your vehicle if you are fighting the wheel as you drive.

Consider a wheel alignment service at least once a year, particularly before the winter season begins. Any vehicle that has not been through a proper car alignment will have an unstable front end that simply does not function as it should.

For a quality wheel alignment, contact our ASE Certified technicians at Heights Car Care today for more information and to schedule an appointment for a car alignment service. Our auto repair shop proudly serves residents in the community of Heights, Billings, MT, and the surrounding area.

Be sure your vehicle has proper wheel alignment for safe winter driving. Check with your auto mechanic to see if your car needs a alignment service.

Icy and jagged roads in winter are dangerous to drive on, and it is quite important that every vehicle has not lost the correct wheel alignment. The wheels on both sides of the vehicle must face the same direction. Otherwise, you will feel the car wavering when the alignment is not correct.

#1: How Are Car Alignment Services Completed?

The alignment of the vehicle is completed using the front wheels. The front axle of the car is designed to steer, and it must point straight when the wheel is at rest. The wheel must remain straight and true while driving, and the car cannot move when the gas pedal is depressed. Drivers who feel torque steering must come to the mechanic for immediate service.

#2: Checking The Gas Mileage

The mileage on your vehicle changes when the wheels are wavering, and you will lose money every time you head to the pumps. Your mileage could become so low that you may consider it's a faulty engine.

#3: Danger On The Roads

The roads are quite dangerous in the winter as they are covered in ice and may be in poor repair with potholes, etc. You need a vehicle that will steer properly in the worst of conditions. You may not be able to control your vehicle if you are fighting the wheel as you drive.

Consider a wheel alignment service at least once a year, particularly before the winter season begins. Any vehicle that has not been through a proper car alignment will have an unstable front end that simply does not function as it should.

For a quality wheel alignment, contact our ASE Certified technicians at Heights Car Care today for more information and to schedule an appointment for a car alignment service. Our auto repair shop proudly serves residents in the community of Heights, Billings, MT, and the surrounding area.

Joe Borgstrom
Heights Car CareAuto Repair Shop in Billings, MT

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