Things to consider
Your automobile's wheels should be meeting the road at the correct angle and be in parallel. This is known as having your wheels aligned.
Alignments are done using computers to test your tires. If they are not aligned properly, you may experience the car pulling to one side or a shaking sensation while you are driving. Hitting a curb or pot hole in the road can throw your alignment off, so be careful to avoid them when driving. Also, different treads on your tires can cause the alignment to shift.
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