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Two-Wheel Alignment

Two-Wheel Alignment at Hansel Collision Center in Santa Rosa, CA

Hansel Collision Center provides an all-inclusive auto body and collision repair menu, including a two-wheel alignment service. Providing local drivers with top-quality two-wheel alignment services requires an investment in a state-of-the-art facility with computerized wheel alignment equipment for precisely restoring factory-specified wheel angles. We provide two-wheel alignment services for all makes and models. Our certified technicians become wheel alignment service experts from rigorous factory training and daily hands-on experience. Two-wheel alignment service involves measuring the front wheels angles and adjusting the front suspension to restore factory specifications. Schedule a two-wheel alignment service today at Hansel Collision Center in Santa Rosa, serving Petaluma, Roseland, Rohnert Park, Windsor, and Cotati, CA.

Two-Wheel Alignment & Maintenance

Wheel alignment involves angles called the camber, caster, and toe-in that guide how the wheels point and grip the road with maximum traction, promoting the best driving experience, safety, and longer-lasting tires. Two-wheel alignment service exclusively involves the front wheels’ alignment. Aligned front wheels point straight, remain parallel when turning, and promote driving comfort by naturally driving straight on flat roads with optimum traction. The maintenance dilemma with wheel alignment is it gets knocked out of specifications from driving incidents, such as striking deep potholes, hitting curbs when parking, expected suspension component depreciation/loosening, and being involved in a collision. Operating a collision center ensures we see many vehicles needing two-wheel alignment service due to a front-end collision. Minor fender benders can move wheel alignment out of specifications.

Misaligned Front Wheels Warning Signs

We provide a two-wheel alignment service for vehicles not involved in collisions. Most automakers recommend two-wheel alignment for front-wheel-drive (2WD) vehicles as routine maintenance every 12 months. Drivers commonly need two-wheel alignment service sooner if they experience the warning signs of misaligned front wheels:

  • Vehicle pulls, veers, or drifts to one side of flat, straight roads
  • Crooked steering wheel when driving straight
  • Constant fighting/adjusting or slightly turning the steering wheel to drive straight
  • Rapid front tire wear
  • Squealing tires, especially on flat, recently paved surfaces such as parking lots
  • Shaking/vibrations in the steering wheel/cabin

Schedule Two-Wheel Alignment Service at Hansel Collision Center

Customers can schedule a two-wheel alignment service by submitting the online form at their convenience or calling the collision center during regular operational hours. We aim to quickly and conveniently complete two-wheel alignment services, so customers don’t wait for long in the comfortable waiting area furnished with vending machines, newspapers, magazines, and high-definition TVs.

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