The location of the wheels concerning your vehicle is referred to as wheel alignment. When your car is properly aligned, the wheels are proportional to the vehicle, and it all points in the same direction. The wheels will oppose your steering signals if they are not properly aligned. Your gas mileage and tire wear are also affected by alignment. Your tires can pop if they are pointed in different directions. The importance of proper wheel alignment in the maintenance of your vehicle cannot be overstated.
All alignment angles on your car are measured using computerized alignment equipment. Angles that are both adjustable and non-adjustable are included. (Non-adjustable angles necessitate suspension component repair or replacement.) The following are the most prevalent angles: