At AAMCO Milford, NH, we know your tires wear and perform best when they are aligned correctly. Winter driving, potholes and uneven pavement can cause suspension parts and tires to go out of alignment. Aging suspension bushings, ball joints and shocks or struts can also affect your alignment.
Alignment is one of the key maintenance factors in experiencing the most wear and performance from your tires and to improve gas mileage. In addition, wheel alignment provides safe, predictable vehicle control as well as a smooth and comfortable ride that's free of a crooked steering wheel, shaking, pulling or vibration.
Today's modern suspensions require a computerized four-wheel alignment that can only be achieved through a modern alignment system.AAMCO Milford, NH's experts are equipped with the right tools and knowledge for a perfect alignment.