Wheel Alignment and Tracking – Jaguar
At JLR Brighton, we offer a full range services and repairs, including wheel alignment. As experts in the trade, we understand how important it is that your car has a correct alignment to maintain the vehicles handling and tyre wear.
A four-wheel alignment – sometimes referred to as tracking – can be as simple as a slight adjustment to your vehicles steering and suspension system to ensure optimal use of your car.
Not only will it help your vehicle to travel straight without having to steer to one side, but it will also save you a lot of money. A professional alignment will reduce tyre wear and you could see fuel savings of up to 10%.
What we do
It’s a simple process, and the professionals here at the JLR Brighton will make sure that the alignment is done quickly and efficiently, so your car can be back on the road again in no time. We carry out initial alignment check including roll out test, then we adjust the wheel alignment to the specification set out by Jaguar.
Our team of experienced technicians can provide you with the best advice, and only use only the best equipment to get the job done.
3D Four Wheel Alignment
This modern 3D system offers incredible precision, as well as fast results for the alignment of every car make and model to maximize your driving experience.
With the help of this state-of-the-art technology, most alignment problems can be solved by qualified technicians in around 30 minutes – only a short time for something that’s very important.
When should I check my wheel alignment?
There are a number of signs to look out for that suggest you need to get your tyres checked by a professional, including:
• When your car has hit something (from a kerb to a more serious collision)
• When you buy a new set of tyres
• When you replace suspension/steering components
• If you notice unusual wear and tear on your tyres
• If you experience steering problems, eg. your car drifts to one side or your steering wheel is at an angle when you’re driving in a straight line
Even if you don’t seem to be experiencing any problems with your wheel alignment, we still recommend that you have it checked annually to help prevent future issues with your car.