Steering Alignments

Steering Alignments

Lombard, IL trusted alignment specialists

A tire and wheel alignment every 6,000 miles can help extend the life of your tires. At Pit Shop Lombard, we understand how important your tires are. That’s why we provide exceptional steering alignment services. Pit Shop Lombard provides a wide range of alignment services, performed by ASE-certified auto mechanics. 

We Offer State-of-the-Art Computerized Alignment

Technology and computers have changed the way that practically everything in the world is done, including mechanic work. Alignments aren’t done completely by hand anymore, instead, modern mechanics employ some of the most sophisticated auto-diagnostic equipment available today. When you bring your vehicle into our Maryland auto shop, we’ll be able to use our computers to perfectly align your wheels. Between our know-how and top-notch computer diagnostic software, there’s no job we can’t do.

Misaligned Wheels Are Dangerous

What causes your steering to become unaligned? Driving over potholes, hitting curbs, minor collisions, and driving faster over speed bumps are all things that can cause your steering to become unaligned. That’s when you bring your vehicle to Pit Shop Lombard.

Take a look at these telltale signs that your vehicle needs steering alignment:

Damaged Roads Can Disturb Your Alignment

The quickest way to mess up your vehicle’s alignment is to drive on a damaged road. Living in Illinois, our roads aren’t always in the best of conditions; so you may find you need to have your wheels aligned somewhat frequently. Hitting just one pothole can be enough to disrupt your alignment, especially if it’s a big one, so be observant while driving.

Have Your Wheels Aligned by a Professional Illinois Auto Shop

When you bring your vehicle to Pit Shop Lombard, we look over your entire system to ensure that we’re treating the root cause of your problems. There are plenty of reasons why your steering could be impacted, and we make sure to inspect every part of your vehicle before proceeding with steering alignment.