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Wheel Alignment in Kissimmee, FL

Wheel alignments are a part of regular routine maintenance to ensure your tires last their intended lifetime, and to ensure that you're vehicle has the ideal road-holding or traction. By getting a wheel alignment, you are oftentimes preventing some common issues such as wobbly driving, poor traction, tire wear, and more. Whether it's for your Acura, Audi, BMW, Buick, there are different specifications on how to tilt and position the tires on the vehicle. If you don’t get a wheel alignment after noticing different warning signs or ignoring vehicle maintenance schedules, you risk having uneven tread wear and your safety.

Here are some signs that you may need to get a wheel alignment:

  • Uneven tread wear: improper alignment can cause certain parts of the tread of the tires on your vehicle to wear unevenly and quickly. If you notice that your tires are wearing out unevenly, come to RepairTech Automotive and DIY to get them fixed.
  • Vehicle pulling to the left or right: if the tires on your vehicle are not aligned at its correct position, it can cause your vehicle to pull left or right when your steering wheel is straight. Over time, this can get more severe and cause more damage to your vehicle. 
  • Your steering wheel is off-center when driving straight: if your vehicle tires are not aligned properly, your steering wheel will not be straight. 
  • Steering wheel vibration: if your wheels are not properly aligned, it can cause vibrations in your vehicle.
  • Poor fuel economy: Top fuel economy requires your car to be in top running shape, but also that there is no additional friction or limitations on movement

There are different procedures that our Reliable technicians follow while doing a wheel alignment. They check the tire pressure to ensure that it is at its right level, do wheel balancing and mounting, alignments, tire rotation as regular maintenance, and axle and control arm replacement if there are signs of damage. We at RepairTech Automotive and DIY are up to date with the latest technology in automotive repair and use tools such as computerized wheel and frame alignments to better assess your vehicle and fix it when necessary.

When doing wheel alignment, RepairTech Automotive and DIY will check or adjust the:

  • Camber: the camber is the inward or outward angle of the tire. Too much tilt indicates that it is time to get a wheel alignment.
  • Toe: the toe is how the wheels are tilted when viewed from above; it can be either inward or outward. 
  • Caster: the caster refers to the angle of the wheel when viewed from the side of your vehicle. Having a positive caster means the steering access is tilted toward the driver, while a negative caster means the steering access is tilted away from the driver. 


Your Reliable Shop for Wheel Alignment

Wherever your next trip may be, you do not want to be driving on worn-out, unstable tires. At RepairTech Automotive and DIY, we carefully inspect your vehicle to resolve its issues and follow the maintenance schedule, the way the manufacturer intended. Our Quality technicians have the training and latest technology to provide you with quality service. We are proud of the amazing star rating that we have received from 155 customers.

Reasons You Should Do Business With Us:

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If you are in Kissimmee, or the nearby surrounding areas, don't hesitate to give us a call at 407-348-3400 or schedule an appointment online at with us today!


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