Wheel alignment for vehicles represents the process which aligns the wheels to a point corresponding to the rotational direction. This alignment is essential since tyres are calibrated to a straight ‘point’. With proper wheel alignment, the steering gets more comfortable and precise apart from allowing even wear of the tyre. The need for wheel alignment is even more critical when you consider driving on Sydney roads that are deteriorating. Alignment of wheels can also be impacted when the vehicle hits parking blocks and kerbs by accident or a divider on the road hits against the tyres when you miscalculate a turn. When these events happen, it renders the orientation of your vehicle marginally off the centre. The human eye cannot detect the misalignment though the effect can be noticed in the steering ability of the vehicle.
Three significant adjustments happen during a wheel alignment: