Getting into a collision, hitting a curb, driving through potholes or even just driving along a bumpy road can affect your vehicle’s alignment. When your alignment is off, your ability to drive safely is compromised. Sometimes it may be obvious to you – your car pulls to one side of the road or your steering wheel has a vibration that was not there before. In some instances, it can be subtle and the driver won’t even notice. That’s why we recommend regular tire alignment checkups.