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Most drivers think that when their vehicle pulls to one side or the other, there is a wheel alignment problem. Could it be a wheel balancing issue? When wheels are out of balance or out of alignment, engine performance, tire wear, smoothness of the ride, and other vehicle components can all be adversely affected.

What are the signs to look for?

  • Vehicle pulls to the right or left when driving on a straight road;
  • The steering wheel is not straight while driving on a level road;
  • Vibration can be felt in the steering wheel or through your seat.

Wheel Alignment:

According to research, the average automobile is driven about 15,000 miles per year. If you drive your misaligned car 15,000 miles without repair, the resulting wear on tires alone is the equivalent of dragging the tires sideways for over 68 miles. A wise and prudent driver will have a wheel alignment problem taken care of early before any other problems or damage occurs.

With a car alignment, technicians adjust your power steering, front suspension and rear suspension to make sure each wheel is pointed the right way. Proper wheel alignment can improve gas mileage, prevent premature tire wear, and keep your vehicle driving true.

Wheel Balancing:

An out-of-balance tire and wheel will typically create a vibration or shake that worsens as the speed increases, varying some depending on the size and weight of the vehicle, the size and weight of the tires and wheels, the sensitivity of the steering and suspension, and the amount of imbalance.

To balance a wheel, the technician spins the wheel mounted on a balancing machine to locate the heaviest part. A lead weight will then be attached to the opposite side to balance out the tire. The correct wheel balancing provides a smoother ride by minimizing tire bounce, improving traction, steering control, and extending the life of the tires.

Note: The longer a car is driven without attention to proper car alignment or wheel balancing, the larger the expense of the repair will be when the problems are finally corrected.

If you're not sure whether your vehicle is in need of a wheel balancing or a wheel alignment, contact our ASE certified technicians at Rebel Automotive or go online to https://www.rebel-auto.com for more information. Our auto repair shop serves vehicle owners in Henderson, NV, Las Vegas, NV, and North Las Vegas, NV.

The longer a car is driven without attention to proper car alignment or wheel balancing, the larger the expense of the repair.

Most drivers think that when their vehicle pulls to one side or the other, there is a wheel alignment problem. Could it be a wheel balancing issue? When wheels are out of balance or out of alignment, engine performance, tire wear, smoothness of the ride, and other vehicle components can all be adversely affected.

What are the signs to look for?

  • Vehicle pulls to the right or left when driving on a straight road;
  • The steering wheel is not straight while driving on a level road;
  • Vibration can be felt in the steering wheel or through your seat.

Wheel Alignment:

According to research, the average automobile is driven about 15,000 miles per year. If you drive your misaligned car 15,000 miles without repair, the resulting wear on tires alone is the equivalent of dragging the tires sideways for over 68 miles. A wise and prudent driver will have a wheel alignment problem taken care of early before any other problems or damage occurs.

With a car alignment, technicians adjust your power steering, front suspension and rear suspension to make sure each wheel is pointed the right way. Proper wheel alignment can improve gas mileage, prevent premature tire wear, and keep your vehicle driving true.

Wheel Balancing:

An out-of-balance tire and wheel will typically create a vibration or shake that worsens as the speed increases, varying some depending on the size and weight of the vehicle, the size and weight of the tires and wheels, the sensitivity of the steering and suspension, and the amount of imbalance.

To balance a wheel, the technician spins the wheel mounted on a balancing machine to locate the heaviest part. A lead weight will then be attached to the opposite side to balance out the tire. The correct wheel balancing provides a smoother ride by minimizing tire bounce, improving traction, steering control, and extending the life of the tires.

Note: The longer a car is driven without attention to proper car alignment or wheel balancing, the larger the expense of the repair will be when the problems are finally corrected.

If you're not sure whether your vehicle is in need of a wheel balancing or a wheel alignment, contact our ASE certified technicians at Rebel Automotive or go online to https://www.rebel-auto.com for more information. Our auto repair shop serves vehicle owners in Henderson, NV, Las Vegas, NV, and North Las Vegas, NV.

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Rebel AutomotiveAuto Repair Shop in Henderson, NV

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975 American Pacific Dr, Ste 105, Henderson, NV 89014702-834-8134service@rebel-auto.com
Mon:8:00am - 5:00pm
Tue:8:00am - 5:00pm
Wed:8:00am - 5:00pm
Thu:8:00am - 5:00pm
Fri:8:00am - 5:00pm
Sat:Closed
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