WHEEL ALIGNMENT, BALANCE, AND ROTATION
Proper wheel alignment, balance, and rotation are essential for maintaining tire life and preventing damage to other suspension components. While alignment doesn't need to be done frequently, it's important to have it checked when you notice unusual tire wear or pulling to one side. Balancing should be done when you have your tires rotated, but vibrations on smooth surfaces may indicate the need for re-balancing. At our tire shop in Hemet, we suggest regular rotation every 7,500 miles ensures even tread wear and prolongs tire life.