ST. LOUIS-Hunter releases educational video to answer the question: Why Do Cars Need Wheel Alignment? Hunter has released an educational video to answer the common question: “Why do cars need wheel alignment?” to explain the purpose and function of wheel alignment procedures and the importance of proper vehicle maintenance.
When your car is out of alignment, you may experience irregular tire wear, handling problems or a crooked steering wheel. Some alignment conditions can be corrected with simple adjustments, while others may require parts replacement. Ignoring the signs of wheel misalignment can result in increased maintenance costs, premature or irregular tire wear resulting in reduced tire life or malfunction of driver assist systems.
“Approximately, 60% of vehicles on the road are out of alignment. Most of this misalignment is imperceptible to the vehicle owner, which is why it is so important to have alignment angles checked against the manufacturer’s specifications. Ignoring misalignment can drastically reduce tire life by causing tires to wear unevenly,” said Kaleb Silver, Hunter Engineering Senior Product Manager. Click here to learn more about wheel alignment.
Hunter Engineering Company® is the global leader in alignment systems, wheel and tire service, brake service and inspection lane equipment. Hunter® equipment is approved and used by vehicle manufacturers, automobile and truck dealers, tire dealers and service facilities around the world. For additional information, visit our website at www.hunter.com or contact Madeline Triplett, Advertising Development Manager, Hunter Engineering Company®, 314-716-0467. For more information, please contact your local Hunter® representative at www.hunter.com/demos.
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Hunter Engineering Company® is the global leader in state-of-the-art wheel alignment systems, wheel balancers, brake lathes, tire changers, lift racks, diagnostic scan tools and ADAS recalibration equipment. Hunter equipment is approved and used by vehicle manufacturers, automobile and truck dealers, tire dealers and service facilities around the world.