A wheel alignment is the process whereby the wheels are aligned to point in line with the direction of rotation. This is done to ensure that the tyres are calibrated to 'point' straight ahead. Proper wheel alignment makes a vehicle steer easily and allows tyres to wear evenly.
Driving on Sydney's deteriorating roads contributes to a greater need for a regular wheel alignment. Tyres can be nudged out of alignment by accidentally hitting them against objects such as curbs and parking blocks, or by catching a road cement divider while making a miscalculated turn.
Once a tyre is knocked out of alignment, its orientation on the vehicle is slightly off-centre. The degree of misalignment is not obvious to the human eye, but the effects will be noticeable on your ability to steer the vehicle.
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