Hornchurch Cardrome
      Upper Rainham Road
      Hornchurch
      Essex
      RM12 4EU
      Tel: 01708 475624
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DIGITAL INFRATECH COMPUTERISED 4 WHEEL ALIGNMENT










  • Does One Or More Of Your Tyres Wear Out On One Side?
  • Does Your Car Pull To One Side When Driving?
  • Do You Have To Keep Correcting The Steering Wheel When Driving In A Staright Line?
  • Is Your Steering Wheel Out Of Line When Driving In A Straight Line?
  • If You Answerd Yes To Any Of These Questions Then You Need Digital Infratech Computerised 4 Wheel Alignment




  • Why Digital Computerised Four Wheel Alignment
    Reduced Tyre Wear
    Improper alignment is a major cause of excessive tyre wear. Over the years, a properly aligned vehicle can add thousands of miles to the life of the tyre.

    Better Miles Per Gallon
    MPG increases as rolling resistance decreases. Total alignment sets all four wheels parallel which along with proper tyre pressures minimizes rolling resistance.

    Improved Handling
    If your car pulls to one side, or if you constantly have to move the the steering wheel to one side to keep your car travelling straight ahead Then you need Digital Computerised 4 Wheel Alignment. With all your car components aligned properly, road shock is more efficiently absorbed.

    Print Out
    You get a print out of before and after readings



    What You Should Know About Digital Alignment
    On this vehicle, the front wheels are not aligned to the rear thrust line. This can happen from normal wear and stress, whether your vehicle has adjustable or non adjustable rear suspension.
    To steer straight ahead, you would have to steer the front wheels slightly to the right. A common result would be that the vehicle would "dog track" and possibly pull to one side.
    Of course the angles are exaggerated so you can easily see the condition. But it only takes a small misalignment to create problems.


    Vehicles With Non-Adjustable Rear Suspension
    1. Angle readings are measured at all four wheels.
    2. The steering wheel is centered
    3. Front wheels are set to rear thrust line and set to specifications.
    Result
    All Four Wheels Are Positioned Straight Ahead And Parallel, And The Steering Wheel Is Centered


    Vehicles With Adjustable Rear Suspension
    1. Angle readings are measured at all four wheels.
    2. Rear wheels are set to specification (Rear thrust line corresponds to vehicle centre line.)
    3. Steering wheel is centred.
    4. Front wheels are referenced to the rear thrust line and set to specification.
    Result
    All Four Wheels Are Positioned Straight Ahead And Parallel, And The Steering Wheel Is Centered.


    Vehicle Geometry Terminology Front & Rear Toe
    This is the Angle of Toe In or Toe Out That the Front & Rear Wheels are set to when the vehicle is stationary. This angle is set, so when the vehicle is travelling at an average speed And all dynamic forces from the vehicle come into play, The Wheels are forced into a parallel situation.