Wheel Alignment

There are several reasons why your vehicle may not be driving as smoothly as you’d like, and misaligned wheels are one of the most common causes of rough handling. Alignment should happen at least once a year for every driver, but some may need this service more frequently based on their driving habits or road conditions.

How We Get It Back to Exact

Recognize the Signs of Misaligned Wheels

If you’ve experienced a shaking steering wheel or noticed your vehicle “pulling” to the left or right side of the road when it should be moving straight, you’re likely in need of an alignment. A vibrating cabin may also indicate that your wheels aren’t aligned as they should be.

How is An Alignment Performed?

After performing a visual inspection, our expert technicians use an alignment machine to analyze steering angles at three checkpoints (caster, camber, and toe). The technician will then adjust the alignment machine so that your vehicle’s wheels match the manufacturer’s recommendations.

How Do Wheels Get Out of Alignment?

Everyday wear and tear is enough to push your wheels slightly out of alignment, but other factors can speed up the process. For example, minor bumps into a curb or concrete parking barrier, hitting potholes at the wrong angle, and driving on uneven roads can contribute to alignment issues.

The Benefits of a Wheel Alignment

Every driver wants a smoother ride, but the benefits of wheel alignment services go beyond comfort. For example, misaligned wheels can impact braking performance and cause tires to wear down quicker and less evenly than they should. A wheel alignment service helps extend the life of various components, saving you money in the long run.


Since we’ve been in business, our mission has always been to treat our customers with transparency, fairness, and respect. Remember that you have freedom of choice when selecting a repair facility, regardless of your insurance company.

Upon evaluation, we’ll tell you exactly what your vehicle needs allowing you to work with your insurance company to make sure your car is Back to Exact when you drive off our lot.

Quality of Workmanship

As a family-owned and operated company, we’ve built our reputation on an unwavering commitment to quality work. Through I-Car training and certifications, our customers can be confident our team has the latest training and industry knowledge necessary to repair all vehicles Back to Exact.  

We are a highly certified collision repair center.

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Let's get you back on the road.

We recognize that bringing your vehicle in for repairs is inconvenient. That's why we prioritize returning it back to exact efficiently, accurately, and affordably.

Owner Ricky Besmehn and our entire team of auto body experts are committed to providing superior service throughout the repair process. We let our work speak for itself and take pride in maintaining our 5-star status.  

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