Frequently Asked Questions
Q: How often should I check my alignment?
A:Recommended interval for checking alignment is 12 months or 12,000 miles. However anytime a change in the ride of the vehicle or an uncentering of the steering wheel is noticed alignment should be checked immediately.
Q: How much air should I run in my tires?
A: Every vehicle is different, however as a rule, what the vehicle manufacture recommends is the correct air pressure. This information can be found either on the door jam or the owner's manual. Tires however many times need to have the air pressure adjusted to compensate for load, handling or tire wear. The maximum inflation pressure of the tire can never be exceeded. Also, it is very important to check your tires air pressure when they are still cold (driven less than 2 blocks). Any questions on your exact vehicle email us and we will get back to you.
Q: How often should I check my tire pressure?
A: Tire air pressure should be checked every 2 weeks or whenever a tire appears to be low, or a pull is noticed in the automobile. It is also recommended to check tire air pressure before leaving on a long trip.
Q: How often should I rotate my tires?
A: As a general rule every 5,000 to 8,000 miles. However, some extreme use vehicles require more frequent rotations. An easy way to remember this interval is every other oil change.