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The brakes of a car are its most important feature and, therefore, one should give special care and attention to its maintenance. Closely monitoring the braking system is essential to ensure safety on the road.

The first sign that indicates that your brakes need a replacement is the high-pitched screeching sound produced when you stop your car. It may also take you longer to stop, or your brakes may become noisier than before. By paying slight attention to these small problems, you can avoid larger cost burdens and risks for the future. 


Shocks and struts are a part of a vehicle’s suspension system and help keep the tires in contact with the ground for greater stability. They also ensure that the passengers can ride smoothly. Like all other automotive parts, they need maintenance and repair in order to ensure the safe functioning of the car.



Tire alignment, also known as wheel alignment, can help your tires perform properly and help them last longer. It can also improve handling and keep your vehicle from pulling in one direction or vibrating strangely on the road.

What is Tire Alignment?
Alignment refers to an adjustment of a vehicle’s suspension – the system that connects a vehicle to its wheels. It is not an adjustment of the tires or wheels themselves. The key to proper alignment is adjusting the angles of the tires which affects how they make contact with the road.

How Do I Know if I Need a Tire Alignment?

There are a couple ways to tell if your car needs a tire alignment. If you've noticed one or more of these indicators, you should have your alignment checked by a licensed service technician immediately. 

  • Uneven tread wear

  • Vehicle pulling to the left or right

  • Your steering wheel is off center when driving straight

  • Steering wheel vibration


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