Your car's wheel angles need to be aligned optimally to experience superior handling control, driving comfort and steering precision.
Therefore, make sure to opt for routine wheel alignment checks from a trustworthy workshop.
Have you been searching for wheel alignment Nottingham lately?
Then you have landed on the right page!
DPR Motors MOT and Service Centre Ltd offers comprehensive wheel alignment checks and rectifications at competitive rates for all major car makes and models.
Our highly experienced experts use cutting-edge technology and the latest tools to offer accurate and reliable services of wheel alignment Nottingham.
To know more about this service, please call us at 0115 978 2828 or 07925 310 460.
Most common signs of wheel misalignment
If you notice any of the following symptoms, head over to us for professional wheel alignment services:
Inconsistent tread wear
Unusual, more frequent tread wear is one of the first signs indicating that your car’s wheels are out of alignment. Make sure to reach out to us at the earliest for professional assistance.
Vibrations on the steering wheel
Do you feel odd juddering on the steering wheel? This is one of the most common signs of misaligned wheels.
Other symptoms include:
- Car veering to either side while you try to drive in a straight path
Why choose us?
We are a reputed car workshop that specialises in vehicular services. When you come to us for wheel alignment Nottingham services, here’s what we will do:
Our professionals will examine the wheel angles of your car using cutting-edge aligners that are fitted with laser sensors and high-quality cameras. They will examine:
The angle between your car's vertical axis and its wheels is called the camber angle. When viewed from the front, it is essentially the inward or outward tilt of the tyres.
The alignment of a car's steering axis and the vertical axis of the wheels are referred to as the caster angle. When seen from the side, this angle indicates how forward or behind your car's steering axis is from the vertical axis of its wheels.
The angle between the wheels and longitudinal axis is referred to as the toe angle. When seen from above, it is the direction in which the tyres point to with respect to the vehicle's centerline.
Once we find the discrepancies, we will make the necessary rectifications as per the original specifications.
For more information or to book an appointment, please get in touch with us.
Our friendly experts are here for you.