At Roy Schmidt Honda, we know how important wheel alignment can be for promoting world-class tire performance, vehicle driving comfort, and maximum tire life. Alignment services help ensure that your tires meet the road perfectly. How each tire meets the road comes down to three-wheel angles that describe how the wheel-tire assembly meets the steering components.
When the three-wheel angles – camber, caster, and toe – are at factory specifications, drive wheels are parallel to each other with tires involved in steering being parallel to each other while perpendicular to the road. No matter if you need your wheels aligned on your Honda Civic from Effingham, Odyssey from Vandalia, or Ridgeline from Charleston, rest assured that the alignment services at Roy Schmidt Honda offer unsurpassed value.
The automotive industry also calls two-wheel alignment “front-end alignment” because it focuses on the two front wheels. Two-wheel alignment service features one of our expert technicians, specialized wheel alignment equipment, and a certified service protocol guaranteed to assess and adjust your vehicle’s wheel angles back to factory specifications. Two-wheel alignment is also an excellent opportunity to inspect the steering components to ensure that they are in good condition with limited risk. If you have rapid or uneven tread wear on your front tires, scheduling two-wheel alignment is a great way to promote a comfortable driving experience with maximum tire reliability and safety.
Four-wheel alignment includes every wheel’s camber, caster, and toe. The expert technician will use the specialized wheel alignment equipment to inspect each wheel angle, adjusting the angles as needed to secure factory specifications. Four-wheel alignment ensures that the front wheels are pointed in the correct direction, steer the vehicle while parallel to each other, and allowing the tires’ tread to meet the road perfectly. When each wheel is in precise alignment, your vehicle will realize the benefits of the service, including even tread wear, extended tire life, smooth driving, and reduced operational costs.