Proper truck alignment is crucial to the safe operation of your truck's wheels, improves fuel mileage, and also extends the life of your tires. Maximum tire life is expected after a complete alignment with corrections to all alignment angles, including camber, caster, and toe. Camber is the third leading cause of tire wear behind Toe and Rear Tracking. At Fleet Alignment Service, maximize your savings: align it!
Part of routine maintenance is to get wheels aligned periodically, and it is required by law for commercial vehicles. Often, it is recommended to get an alignment every oil change, but it can vary from vehicle to vehicle. Have your truck’s alignment checked if:
• Truck pulls while driving
• Steering wheel is off center
• You have uneven or unusual tire wear
• Truck handling feels loose
• Steering wheel doesn't return to center
GVWR stands for Gross Vehicle Weight Rating. Trucks are classified on a scale of 1-8 based on how much weight they can safely handle. You can normally find your GVWR attached to your driver's side door. At Fleet Alignment Service we work with vehicles of all shapes and sizes. Below we have provided the difference between light-duty, medium-duty, and heavy-duty.
Truck alignment services from Fleet Alignment Service are a great way to ensure safety and maximize the performance and fuel efficiency of your light-, medium-, or heavy-duty truck, commercial or non-commercial. Proper alignment will also extend the life of your tires.
Fleet Alignment Service
27540 Forest Boulevard
Wyoming, Minnesota 55092
Mon - Fri: 7 am - 4:30 pm