Wheel Alignment Services In Bankstown


If your car is pulling to one side of the steering wheel is vibrating. It might be time to get your wheels aligned. We have over 40 years of experience in servicing the Canterbury Bankstown area.

    What Is A Wheel Alignment?

    A wheel alignment is a manual adjustment of your vehicle’s suspension system. During wheel alignment, our mechanics will restore your vehicle’s suspension to its correct setting. An adjusted suspension system can improve the vehicle’s steering, handling and tyre mileage.


    Why Choose Cartek Auto and Tyres?

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    Comprehensive Wheel Alignment

    Fully Qualified Mechanics

    Open 6 Days Per Week

    Wheel Alignment Benefits

    Improve Fuel Efficiency

    Smoother Ride

    Longer Lasting Tyres

    Improved Steering

    Wheel Alignment Services

    Front Wheel Alignment

    During the front wheel alignment, our mechanics will ensure that the front wheels are aligned to the centre line. If your vehicle doesn’t need any rear suspension adjustment, the front wheels will be aligned to the rear wheel’s thrust angle. This will ensure that your vehicle tracks are straight and the steering wheel is centred.

    Front and Rear Wheel Alignment

    Front and rear wheel alignment are for vehicles that have adjustable rear suspension. During this alignment, all 4 wheels will be aligned to the centre of the vehicle ensuring that the vehicle tracks are straight and the steering wheel is centred.

    Frequently Asked Questions

    Wheel alignment can improve the performance and mileage of your tyres. If you drive your car daily, the wheel can become misaligned if you hit potholes, bumps, kerbs and even through wear and tear. So, it’s important to maintain wheel alignment to ensure your vehicle’s performance. 

    During the wheel alignment, our mechanics will raise your car and examine the tyres and suspension system to ensure that everything is properly aligned. If any suspension components are broken, our mechanics will replace them before the alignment. Once all the components have been checked, our mechanics will make adjustments to the suspension angles based on the manufacturer specifications.

    Wheel alignment is one of the key factors in making the most out of your tyres and improving your vehicle’s handling. Regular wheel alignment should be performed on your vehicle every 6 months or 10,000 km to ensure the best performance.

    There is no guaranteed time for how long that your wheel alignment will last. As misalignment can be accelerated based on how often is the car is driven and driving habits. Misalignment can happen from something as simple as driving over a pothole.