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Even though our pre-owned Audi vehicles are always in peak condition, they're eventually going to need some service. Even new automobiles like the 2020 Audi Q7 will need service from time to time to keep it running right.

When you look over the services your vehicle will need over the course of its lifetime in your owner’s manual, you might not see recommendations for checking your car’s wheel or suspension alignment. Even though your guide might not tell you too, it’s a good idea to have your alignment checked regularly.

In general, it’s wise to schedule an appointment to bring your car into our Indianapolis, IN Audi service center for an alignment check every 6,000 miles or so. If you don’t track your mileage, you should ask your technician to check your car’s alignment every other time you bring your car in for an oil change.

There are some signs that will indicate you need to bring your automobile in for an alignment check sooner than the guidelines provided above. If your car pulls to one side or the other, it’s an indication that your alignment is off. Are your tires wearing unevenly or too quickly? That's another sign your alignment needs an adjustment. Is your steering wheel crooked when you’re traveling straight? Talk to an Audi service expert today.

It’s vital that you pay attention to your car’s alignment. When your vehicle is out of alignment, it will drive up your fuel costs, harm your trademark Audi handling, and cause uneven and premature tire wear.

To learn more about wheel alignments and why and when you should schedule one, contact Audi Indianapolis today!

Categories: Service