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Wheel Alignment in Newbury

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Our new state-of-art centre in Newbury specialises in wheel alignment and has invested in the very latest alignment equipment to re-align your vehicle to manufacturer specification. Wheel alignment is suspension alignment as it involves fine-tuning the angles of the suspension system, so the wheels point in the right direction. Wheel alignment should get checked if there are signs of misalignment, such as: If your car pulls slightly in one direction or your steering wheel seems off centre, or uneven tyre wear which can also cause juddering from the steering wheel. These could be signs that you need to check the wheel alignment on your vehicle. We have invested in the latest alignment equipment to re-align your vehicle to manufacturer specification.

As well as better fuel economy and smoother handling, correct wheel alignment will reduce the wear and tear on your vehicle and extend the life of your tyres. With all four wheels correctly aligned, your car will be safer on the road and easier on your pocket.

What are the symptoms of incorrect wheel alignment?

Some noticeable signs could indicate a misalignment. Here are some common signs that you are dealing with poor alignment:

  • Tyres will wear more unevenly and faster than normal
  • Decreased fuel economy
  • Steering wheel doesn’t centralise when you are driving straight
  • Squealing tyres
  • Uneven or excessive tyre wear
  • Poor handling
  • Heavy steering
  • Vibration through the steering wheel

Hitting a kerb or driving over a pothole too quickly can often cause wheel misalignment. Wheel alignments are a critical part of your vehicle. While you might think it's ok if the alignment is a little bit off, what you might not realise is that the longer you let it go, the worse it will get and the more damage you’ll cause. Don’t put off getting your wheels aligned until it’s too late.

symptoms of incorrect wheel alignment

Book Your FREE Wheel Alignment Check

ETB Autocentres in Newbury offers a free wheel alignment check to ensure your wheels are properly aligned and reduce the likelihood of steering and suspension issues. Vehicle suspension misalignment can result in irregular tyre wear, which affects the handling and safety of the vehicle. We will check the alignment of your wheels and offer advice if your vehicle needs any correction work carried out. Click the button below to book your free wheel alignment test today!


Having your wheel alignment checked has several benefits

We would recommend that your wheel alignment is checked every 10,000 miles or 12 months, depending on how often the vehicle is driven. Having your car wheel alignment checked at ETB Autocentres will have benefits including:

  • Maintains your car’s handling and safety
  • Experience smoother driving
  • Improves fuel economy
  • Prevents damage to other vehicle components
  • Extends the life of your tyres

Book your wheel alignment online today and we will make sure your vehicle is operating at its best.

Whether you are searching for somewhere to check your car's wheel alignment in Newbury, or if want to schedule an MOT test or check out our range of tyres - premium & budget tyres, you can depend on the team at our new state-of-art centre, which is approximately 1.0 mile from Newbury Racecourse, located on the B3421 Hambridge Road, The Paddocks, opposite CMS Downs Carpets & Beds. To find out more about Wheel Alignment in Newbury, please get in touch online or call us directly on 01635 953080


How to find us


Unit 4 The Paddocks
Hambridge Road

RG14 5TQ

Opening Hours:

Mon - Fri 8:00am - 5:30pm
Sat 8:00am - 2:00pm
Sun - Closed -
Bank Holidays - Closed -

Driving in Newbury

The Newbury bypass, officially known as The Winchester-Preston Trunk Road (A34) (Newbury Bypass), is a 9-mile (14 km) stretch of dual carriageway road which bypasses the town of Newbury in Berkshire, England. It is located to the west of the town and forms part of the A34 road. It opened in 1998. Between January 1996 and April 1996, the clearance of approximately 360 acres (150 ha) of land including 120 acres (49 ha) of woodland, and the felling of nearly 10,000 mature trees to make way for the construction of the road, led to some of the largest anti-road protests in European history.