Frequently Asked Questions
A wheel alignment, whether for a two-wheel-drive or four-wheel-drive vehicle, takes an average of one hour under normal circumstances. It will take longer if the suspension system, steering bushing, track rod, or other parts have too much wear and tear or damage, as certain components will need to be replaced.
The front wheels are aligned with two-wheel alignment, while all four wheels are aligned with four-wheel alignment. Unless the vehicle has been in an accident and the rear axle has been bent out of alignment, causing the vehicle to the dog track, the latter is usually not needed on a large SUV or truck with a solid rear axle.
Regularly checking your wheel alignment will extend the life of your tires and improve fuel efficiency due to lower rolling resistance with the ground, saving you money at the pump.