What would you do with more hours in the day? Probably try to be more profitable and productive, I bet. So why would you risk those advantages if you have faulty alignment tools? In this Tire Review Continental Tire Garage Studio video, we give you eight tips to help you make your alignment services more
Take a deeper look at the cause-and-effect relationship between external and internal forces that can alter the geometry of a vehicle’s suspension.
When looking to cure a lead/pull problem, look for key signs that can indicate an issue with stacked tolerances of different components and systems.
One of the most difficult concepts for any technician is how alignment angles change when a vehicle is accelerating, braking and cornering. And what you see in the alignment bay is just a small snapshot.
1 Talk to the driver. Always ask questions at the time the vehicle is written up. Find out why customers think they need an alignment. 2 Take notes. Nothing is worse than a repair order that just says “perform alignment” or “needs alignment.” Notes on the repair order can prevent comebacks that stem from a