Why Choose Trinity’s Quality Auto Care for Wheel Alignment?
Road damage and potholes are your car’s worst enemy. Even if you drive carefully on poorly maintained roads, chances are your wheels and tires will suffer wear and tear. Should you hit a pothole or a curb, your wheel alignment can be greatly affected.
Even the slightest of alignment issues can result in uneven tire wear. Your vehicle might veer in one direction when you cruise down a straight and smooth road, and your steering wheel might not return to the center promptly. Worst of all, poor alignment can make it incredibly difficult to steer.
Have you been experiencing the above issues? If so, then it’s time to have your vehicle’s wheel alignment inspected by Trinity’s Quality Auto Care. Based on the success of our original shop in Salem, we’ve opened our second location less than eight miles away in the city of Turner.
Wheel Alignment by Experienced Professionals
Wheel alignment is a precise process requiring true expertise. This is exactly what you’ll get at Trinity’s Quality Auto Care in Turner, OR. Our ASE-Certified technicians have years of experience in delivering accurate alignment results. They are trained to use advanced computerized alignment equipment, which can detect fractions of a degree, undetectable to the naked eye, for precise wheel alignments.
The Wheel Alignment Inspection Process
Once you set up a wheel alignment appointment, an experienced technician will conduct a thorough inspection. This includes a visual inspection of the wheels and tires, along with a road test to identify any other potential issues with your suspension or axle system.
Upon completion of the inspection process, a service advisor will provide an overview regarding the measures of all four tires and exactly how they should be set. Feel free to ask any questions. We always provide price quote information and replacement part costs. The wheel alignment process will begin once we get your approval. We use only top-quality OEM parts or aftermarket alternatives that meet or exceed OEM guidelines.