Tire  Rotation, Wheel Alignment and Balancing Place in Reno

Wheels: where the rubber meets the road.

Your car's wheel alignment, balance and position affects your driving experience as well as the life of your tires. Want to save money on auto maintenance? Get an alignment, get them balanced and rotatee. When the balance and alignment on your tires is off, or they haven't been rotated in a while, it can cause uneven wear and tear on the tires, so wear out faster and you need to replace them sooner.

Make your car great again!

Wheels are the only part of the car that touches the road. Take care of them with rotation, balancing and alignment services from Nevada Auto Diagnostics in Reno!


Signs Your Wheels Need Alignment

Vehicle Pulls to One Side

Test your alignment by driving in an empty parking lot with very little effort or pressure on your steering wheel. Your car should drive straight ahead with very little pressure on the steering wheel. If your car automagically pulls right or left, it’s time to have your alignment checked and corrected.

Steering Wheel is Off-Center

Drive straight down a flat road and look at the vehicle emblem on the steering wheel. It should be perfectly straight, or close to it. If the wheel is off center even slightly, it’s time to have an alignment performed to return your steering wheel to center and improve your driving experience.

Vehicle Handling Feels Loose or Unstable

This sucks the fun out of driving because your car feels like it’s not completely under your control. Maybe it’s wandering on the road when driving, or feels loose and sloppy around corners. If your vehicle feels a bit unstable while driving, you should have the alignment checked and corrected.

Get an ASE Certified Technician at Nevada Auto Diagnostics to perform a check on your car's wheels and drivability.

Tire Rotation Places Near Me

Rotating tires means moving them from one wheel to another: from left to right, back to front, or diagonally. There are different tire rotation patterns depending on the type of tires you have, whether your car is front, rear, all, or four-wheel drive, whether you have high performance, directional or non-directional tires, and whether or not you have a full size spare tire that can be rotated in.

This process, when done regularly (every 3,000-5,000 miles), spreads the wear on your tires more evenly, resulting in cost savings and safer driving.

Bring your car to Nevada Auto Diagnostics for a tire rotation. Here's what we'll do:

  • Remove each tire and wheel and move it to a different position on the vehicle.
  • Check the air pressure and adjust it so it's perfect for your make and model.
  • Visual inspection of your brakes to make sure they're solid

Reno Wheel Balancing Places

For expert wheel alignment, tire rotation, wheel balancing and preventative car care advice to ensure your vehicle stays safe and drives normally, come by Nevada Auto Diagnostics – we’re here to help. We fix everything correctly - the first time.

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Why Nevada Auto Diagnostics?

We are a locally owned and operated auto repair shop with an emphasis on customer service, accurate estimates and fair pricing for all.

Full Service for All Makes and Models

Our ASE certified technicians can fix any make and model of car, truck, SUV, RV or fleet vehicle.

Fair Pricing for All

We don't offer coupons to some people and turn around and jack prices up on others. Nothing is free - we aim for FAIR.

Stellar Work Guaranteed

We offer one of the area's best nationwide guarantees, 2 years/24,000 miles.

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