Correctly aligned tires will help your tires last longer, your car will drive straight and true (without “pulling” to one side) and you can save money on gas milage. Your tires should be checked during routine maintenance. However, rough roads or driving on a curb can misalign your wheels. So if you notice uneven tire wear, your car is pulling to one side, or you feel vibration on your steering wheel, you should have a qualified automotive technician examine your car. Honka Auto Repair technicians will be happy to thoroughly examine your tires and correct the alignment if needed. If you have any questions or concerns, don’t hesitate to call us.