- Wheel Alignment
- Wheel Balancing
- Tyre Changing
- Nitrogen Inflation
An improper Alignment vehicle will take us to the bullock cart age. Also will eat away tyre life, convert profit to fuel cost and finally drag the fleet operator’s growth.
Although Wheel Alignment is often overlooked on the preventative maintenance programs in the trucking industry, more importance is increasingly being placed on the cost saving and handling characteristics of routine complete alignments.
Manufacturers and related organizations are continually putting more emphasis on maintaining skilled drivers by performing alignments, which create considerable fuel savings and improve drivability. Studies continue to find that only setting the toe and tracking on vehicles is not a sufficient solution.
Camber is recognized as a major contributor to tire wear and caster is a major contributor to drivability. Without the proper tools to do a complete alignment, fleet operators may catch a difficult situation.
Our Scenario is to bring hassle free business to fleet with more profit.
Need for Wheel Alignment:
- Introduction of Radial Tyres have triggered the need for Wheel Alignment.
Reason : Radials are very sensitive to Alignment
- New Trucks with two rear axles and Twin Steer Axles have increased the focus on Tyres
- Any misalignment will not only wear out the front tyres but all the tyres. (Front and rear axle tyres.)
Advantages of Wheel Alignment:
- Better Fuel Mileage since the rolling resistance are reduced the engine work also reduced also results in less pollution.
- More mileage out of your Tyres
- Uniform wear of Tyre can save cost
- Less wear and tear on other parts.
- Easier to Drive. No pull to one side or the other, No stress on hands and Legs. Pleasant Driving condition.