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Wheel Alignment Services

Count on the experts at Firestone Complete Auto Care for all your wheel alignment needs.


Regular wheel alignment ensures your tires meet the road at the right angle and your wheels are pointing straight. Proper wheel alignment maximizes fuel economy, tire life, and the overall performance of your vehicle.    

If you’ve noticed your car pulling to one side or the steering wheel is not centered while you drive, it could mean your car is due for a wheel alignment. At Firestone, we perform more than 5,000-wheel alignments daily. We use computerized wheel alignment technology, which means our camber, caster, toe and thrust angle measurements are extremely precise and accurate.


The cost of a wheel alignment can vary depending on the make and model of your car. Enter your vehicle information below to get an estimate.

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Generally, we recommend getting a wheel alignment check every 6,000 miles or 6 months as a maintenance practice. In addition to that, hitting potholes or curbs and getting into minor accidents can also cause alignment issues that will require maintenance. If you notice your vehicle pulling to one side, your steering wheel is crooked when you’re driving straight, or there is a squealing noise coming from your tires, you may need to align the wheels earlier than planned. Make it a habit to check your tires regularly and watch out for uneven or rapid tread wear, which could also be a sign that your wheel alignment is off. Fixing the alignment will ensure your tires last longer, so it’s worth the investment.


Firestone Complete Auto Care offers different limited warranties* on our wheel alignments to match our customer’s unique needs. From a 12-month limited warranty to a lifetime warranty, Firestone Complete Auto Care has options to suit you. Just want to check in and make sure your car is aligned? Get peace of mind with our alignment check.

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  • Inspect vehicle suspension and steering systems, including tire air pressure and tire condition
  • Vehicle placed on an alignment rack, where laser sensors are mounted and measure the current alignment settings
  • Print initial tire alignment readings
Wheel Alignment: Standard

Wheel Alignment: Standard

  • Inspect suspension and steering systems, including air pressure and tire condition
  • Vehicle is placed on an alignment rack, where sensors are mounted and compensated
  • Print initial tire alignment readings.
  • Camber, caster, toe and thrust angles are adjusted according to manufacturer specifications
  • Print final tire alignment readings
  • Test drive the vehicle
Wheel Alignment: Lifetime

Wheel Alignment: Lifetime

The lifetime wheel alignment comes complete with everything included in the standard alignment, plus:

  • A lifetime limited warranty*, meaning Firestone will realign your car whenever you need it, for free, for as long as you own the car.

*Consult with a Firestone Complete Auto Care manager for complete conditions and terms of the lifetime limited warranty

Safety Systems Alignment

Safety Systems Alignment

Many modern vehicles are equipped with Safety Systems such as Steering Angle Sensor (SAS) and/or Advanced Driver Assistance Systems (ADAS). Sensors, cameras, lasers and radars that help your vehicle detect other vehicles, pedestrians and markings on the road all rely on proper alignment to function accurately. The make, model, and year of your vehicle will determine whether you need a Safety System Alignment.

Learn More About Safety System Alignment >

*Most of our locations are equipped with the latest technology to perform Safety System Alignments but capability varies per location.

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