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There are many benefits to getting a car wheel tracking service. Apart from increased fuel efficiency and reduced tyre wear, wheel tracking also ensures that you have full control of your car. As soon as you start to notice that you're losing grip on your vehicle while driving, it's best to get it checked right away. With Airtasker, our specialists have the right skills and knowledge to get the job done as quickly as possible without compromising safety and quality.
Just post your task, sort out your schedule, then get in touch with a local Tasker who is readily available to work on your car. Equipped with the most up-to-date tools and equipment, they will inspect and adjust the angles of your wheels back to manufacturer standards then conduct a test drive to ensure that everything is working correctly.
In the long run, it's always better to make sure that your wheels are aligned correctly to reduce the likelihood of costly repairs. With Airtasker, you can rest assured that we will deliver high standards of quality and meticulous attention-to-detail with every job. With just one post, you'll discover the best car wheel tracking near you!
Wheel tracking is essential not only to keep your car in line while driving but also to get more miles out of your tyres. Also known as a 2-wheel alignment or front-end alignment, wheel tracking means adjusting the angles of the two front wheels of your car. Our Taskers will inspect your front tyres and measure them against manufacturer specifications, perform the necessary adjustments, and do a road test to ensure a job well done. If you’re having trouble steering or you feel your vehicle pulling to one side of the road, then you probably need to get your wheels checked. Count on us for excellent wheel tracking services which can include:
A successful wheel tracking job begins with a wheel and vehicle inspection by an expert technician. Your two front wheels will be measured for current alignment settings using specialised laser sensors, and then compared to manufacturer standards. Your Tasker will also evaluate the condition of your suspension and steering systems. Once all alignment readings are taken, the adjustments will be made accordingly.
Your technician will adjust the angles of your two front wheels and set them back to original manufacturer recommendations. The key measures for alignment are the caster which is the front or backward tilt of the wheel viewed from the side, the camber which describes the inner and outer slope observed from the front and the toe angle which measures the distance between the front and rear tyres as viewed from above. With a wheel tracking service, a thrust angle adjustment can also be performed which checks if all four wheels of your car are in a "square" position relative to one another.
A test drive is always required after a wheel tracking job. Once the angles of the two front wheels are adjusted, your vehicle should now be running smoothly with no steering or handling problems.