TECH CENTER - ALIGNMENT
Alignment problems are the most common cause of uneven or unusual tire wear. By keeping your vehicle aligned, you'll avoid problems with your tires, as well as your suspension and steering systems. Alignments are generally recommended at 15,000 mile intervals or after purchasing tires, as well as after any events such as curb or pothole impacts. You'll know your vehicle needs an alignment if you notice it pulling to the left or right while driving.
Alignments cannot be performed at home - be sure to take your vehicle to a trusted mechanic or alignment specialist who has the proper equipment and training to work on your vehicle.