February 2021

While winter weather can be really unpredictable, it almost always guarantees one thing: potholes. The worst part is, it seems like no matter how hard you try to watch out for them, you never see them coming. You know the feeling of panic when you feel your car hit a deep pothole, and then the relief when you don’t have a flat tire immediately and are going to make it home on time. What you may not know is that just because you didn’t have a flat immediately, your vehicle is not in the clear. You may, and likely do, still have damage to your vehicle. Things like potholes, accidentally tapping or clipping the curb with your tire, not having your tires rotated often enough, or having certain mechanical problems will cause your vehicle to come out of alignment. When this happens you may experience problems steering and even cause damage to your tires. The Major Signs That Your Vehicle Is Out of Alignment There are some obvious signs that your car’s alignment is off. Let’s review. Your Steering Wheel Vibrates When your steering wheel is vibrating it is because your tires are uneven or are not properly aligned. If it is the alignment, your vehicle...