A problem with your steering can feel funny - you're driving on the road and you feel your vehicle veering to one side, and it is difficult to keep your vehicle traveling straight. This is the main symptom that your vehicle is due for a wheel alignment. Even though you may feel that it hasn't been that long since you last had your alignment done, problems can still arise if the alignment is completed by a shop with older or inaccurate alignment equipment.
Steering will pull to one side if one or more of your vehicle's wheels aren't aligned correctly. If this is the case, you will also notice excessive wear to your tires over time. Your wheels can be forced out of alignment as well, and this can happen from a number of different occurences, such as hitting potholes or curbs and driving quickly over speed bumps.
If you are experiencing problems with your car veering to one side and suspect your car is due for a wheel alignment, bring your vehicle into Caliber Auto Care Centers today. We will be happy to help you get your vehicle back in top working condition.