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Mazda Wheel Alignment Services in Abu Dhabi

We all know how it works with Mazda. Spend a little here and there to keep the health of your Mazda in check, to avoid irreparable damage and hefty bills. When talking about Mazda, wheels are by far one of the most important parts, which can make your drive smooth or rough.

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Wheel Alignment Services in Abu Dhabi

Al Zaabi Auto Care makes sure that your wheels are at their best – angle, balance, and condition. So that you never have to worry about the friction while driving.

If you ever find your steering wheel feeling heavier than usual or creating any friction, it’s time to get your wheels checked and fixed. Needless to say, we are here for you.

Wheel Alignment & Balancing

Al Zaabi Auto Care advises monitoring the Mazda wheel alignment in Abu Dhabi every 6,000 kilometers or six months. Fuel efficiency, tyre life, and overall vehicle performance can all be affected by improper Mazda wheel alignment. Camber, caster, toe, and thrust angle measurements are extremely exact and accurate when using computerized Mazda wheel alignment technology. With a routine wheel alignment, the mechanic examines and/or makes the following adjustments to the Mazda:

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Why is it so important to get your Wheels/Tyres Checked, Aligned, and Balanced?

Mazda wheel alignment is integral to smooth driving and ensuring the distribution of mass within an automobile. Jeep users must get their wheels aligned to increase the lives of their tyres. If not properly aligned, they are more prone to excessive tyre wear and will force you to change your tyres much more frequently, increasing the cost. You can tell if they are out of alignment if your Mazda won’t move straight while the wheel is not in your hands. It is an excellent idea to get a Jeep wheel alignment as soon as possible if you are experiencing problems with your vehicle such as poor handling, abnormal tire wear, low gas mileage, shaking or vibration of the steering wheel, etc. 

Al Zaabi Auto Care, the best Mazda service center in Abu Dhabi provides the service with computerized Mazda wheel alignment and balancing. Most front and rear wheel alignments can be completed in 30 minutes to an hour. Al Zaabi Auto Care uses the latest techniques to ensure the best performance of your Mazda. The procedure for wheel alignment is very simple. Your Mazda will be driven onto a platform that will allow the wheels to spin. At the same time, a computer assesses the rotation and orientation of each wheel. The year, make, and model of your vehicle will be electronically verified. If any issue is spectated, each corresponding wheel will be adjusted until they are correctly aligned. Your Mazda will be tested before and after the adjustment to ensure the best quality work. At Al Zaabi Auto Care, you can trust our experts who use the latest technology to provide you with the best wheel balancing in Abu Dhabi.

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    Frequently ask Questions

    Though it’s sometimes subtle, the alignment of your wheels can get out of whack from everyday driving. This reduces your vehicle’s drivability, lowers gas mileage and causes early tire wear. An alignment is the process of adjusting the angles of your vehicle’s wheels back within original specifications to improve their contact with the road.

    An alignment improves vehicle safety by keeping the right amount of the tire in contact with the road and preventing your vehicle from pulling to the left or right. A properly aligned vehicle has a smoother ride and optimal gas mileage. Keeping the wheels aligned also extends tire life.

    Not likely. Vibrations in the steering wheel, the floorboard or the seat (especially at highway or freeway speeds) is likely a sign that one or more of your tire/wheel assemblies is out-of-balance, or you are experiencing another tire issue.

    No. Generally, any noise from misalignment is caused by abnormal tire wear. If tires are the source of road noise, an alignment correction may be needed. However, this won’t solve the noise problem.

    A wheel alignment is done using an alignment machine that measures your wheel angles. These are calculated and compared against your vehicle’s original specifications.

    • The technician makes adjustments to the camber, caster, and toe of each wheel as needed.

    • A real-time computer readout shows when the target angles are met.

    • Your steering wheel is checked to ensure it is centered.

    • Finally, your vehicle is given a quick test drive.

    Your technician will advise what kind of alignment is best for your vehicle type. Generally, a four-wheel alignment will cost more than a standard or thrust alignment.

    Thrust Alignment: A thrust alignment is the most accurate alignment for vehicles without adjustable rear suspension. Only the front wheels are adjusted. Here’s how: There’s no guarantee both rear wheels are pointed straight ahead as they should be. One may be pointed exactly forward and the other slightly off. Or both their angles could be off. Since this can’t be adjusted, the front wheels are aligned as closely as possible to the thrust line, which is the average of where the two rear wheels point. This compensates enough to get a centered steering wheel.

    Four-Wheel Alignment: This is done on vehicles with adjustable rear suspension, to bring all four wheels of your vehicle back into your vehicle’s original specifications. All four wheels are aligned to the center of the vehicle. First, the rear axle angles are measured and adjusted, then the front. This is the best, most accurate, manufacturer-recommended alignment for vehicles with adjustable rear suspension.