CAN YOUR TRUCK DRIVE A STRAIGHT LINE?
If your truck can't drive without pulling you toward the right or left, you might need a wheel alignment. Other indications that your wheels need to be realigned include uneven tire wear. For your safety and the sake of your tires, we encourage you to schedule your wheel alignment with your local Beasley Tire Service Inc. team.
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ON-SITE WHEEL ALIGNMENT
You're busy. We get it. You might also be in charge of a fleet and have many commercial trucks in need of service. That's why we perform wheel alignments on-site in addition to our auto repair shop. Our team of alignment technicians can perform precision computerized all-wheel alignment on almost any type of vehicle, including:
- Heavy trucks
- Tour buses
- Light trucks & vans
- Passenger cars
In most cases, alignments can be performed quickly within the same day.
Hunter precision alignment is utilized exclusively at Beasley Tire Service.
WHAT HAPPENS DURING MY ALIGNMENT?
In its most basic form, a wheel alignment consists of adjusting the angles of your wheels so that they are perpendicular to the ground and parallel to each other. You can be our demonstration. Stand up and put your legs together, feet straight. Your feet represent how your wheels should be pointing on your truck. Now, slightly point your right or left foot in either direction. When wheels are out of alignment, this is an appropriate example of what has happened.
The purpose of these adjustments is to maximize tire life and make your vehicle track straight and true.
Available at all Beasley Tire Service locations