What Does Wheel Alignment Mean?
Ensure your car’s performance with a professional wheel alignment service courtesy of our professional technicians. Each wheel is positioned via the camber, caster, and toe angles at a specific degree. If one of these is knocked off, readjustment is needed. By aligning your vehicle’s wheels to manufacturer specifications, you’ll be assured of confident steering and smooth directional changes. What do these angles mean, exactly? The toe is the angle at which the car’s wheels point inward or outward within the wheel well. Similarly, the camber is the angle to which the wheels point inward or outward relative to the top of the wheel well. Caster is the top-to-bottom angle of both the suspension components and steering axis when they meet the wheel; the caster can be either positive or negative. Serving Springfield, Missouri, U.S. Automotive is skilled in performing wheel alignment service for all makes and models. Whether your vehicle needs a front-end, four-wheel, or thrust-angle alignment, we have you covered.