Performing a wheel alignment means adjusting your truck's suspension components so that your tires move down the road in a straight line. If your truck is not aligned correctly, it can shorten the life of your tires by making them wear unevenly and cause steering inconsistencies, such as a pull to the left or right.
Two of the most significant expenses in the transportation industry are fuel and tires. When your trailer is aligned correctly, you can reduce your operating costs by improving your fuel economy and increasing your tire life.
A wheel alignment positions your wheels so they roll straight and reduce friction. This will give better fuel economy, longer tire life, component wear and decrease driver fatigue.