By getting your alignment checked on a regular basis, you can extend the life of your tires by as much as 50%, and increasing your mpg by as much as 5% on a car that averages 20 mpg. Saving you money every time you fill your tank with fuel.

Here at Diesel Injection Service we recommend an alignment check every 25,000 miles or sooner if you drive in rough road conditions.

Remember those nasty potholes you tried to avoid but couldn't may cause your alignment to be off. Make an appointment today to have your alignment checked.


Toe In or Toe Out condition is the #1 cause of worn tires on the front or rear of your vehicle. If the front tires are not parallel to each other, the you will notice a scrubbing on the insides or outsides of both tires. Rarely will a toe in or toe out condition cause your vehicle to pull


Camber is the inward or outward tilt of the tire from vertical. Camber will cause wear to the inside or outside edge depending upon which direction the tire is leaning. A lot of vehicles that pull to oneside or the other is cause by an out of camber situation.


Caster is the forward or rearward tilt of the tire from the center of the axle. All vehicles will have a slightly forward tilt in their front axles. This aides in steering and steering correction. Caster can also cause your vehicle to pull to onside or the other. Caster may also cause a wandering effect while driving.

Thrust Angle

The thrust angle is measure by a perpendicular line bisecting the angle from the rear axle to the front axle. We've also seen cars or trucks going down the road that look like they are trying to drive sideways. This is caused by the overall thrust angle being off to oneside or the other.

Understanding Your Vehicles Alignment

Make an Appointment Today to Get Your Alignment Checked

And put money in your pocket with increased MPG

  • Alignments are the #1 most neglected maintenance items on vehicles today.

  • 60% of vehicles on the road today are in need of alignment adjustment

  • Poor Alignment is the #1 cause of pre-mature tire failure.

  • A properly aligned car or truck reduces driver fatigue, poor handling, excessive wear and tear on suspension components, and improves overall comfort while driving.