Wheel Alignment, Tire Balancing Services

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Wheel Alignment

How can you tell if your vehicle’s wheels are out of alignment? You may see some irregular tire wear issues, have trouble keeping your car driving straight, or experience an uncentered steering wheel. Your vehicle might also drift on the road. When you keep driving a vehicle that needs wheel alignment services, you risk damage to your car. Improperly aligned wheels can put undue stress on your tires—leaving you vulnerable to a potential tire blowout on the highway—as well as adding stress and undue wear to your vehicle’s suspension and steering components. 


With the rough road conditions—and potholes—in Northeast Ohio, we recommend that drivers have their wheels aligned every 12,000 to 15,000 miles. This is typically no more than once a year.

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Rad Air’s Wheel Alignment and Tire Balancing Services

We all know and anticipate that several times a year, our vehicles need a lube, oil, and filter change in order to stay in optimal condition. Think of tire balancing and wheel alignment the same way: The difference is you only need this essential service once a year to keep your vehicle safe and in great condition. During a wheel alignment service at Rad Air, our technician will drive your vehicle onto an alignment lift, attach the alignment equipment, and make the necessary adjustments, which include caster, camber, and toe settings.  We check that the wheels are aligned properly to fit your vehicle and your driving style, as well as to meet manufacturer specifications.

Rad Air’s wheel alignment and tire balancing services:

  • Protect your tires
  • Extend the life of your car
  • Optimize your gas mileage
  • Prevent a potential tire blowout
  • Reduce stress on your car’s suspension and steering systems

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