Proper tire inflation is essential for safe driving and long tire life. It’s a good idea to check your tires’ air pressure at least once a month with an accurate tire pressure gauge. Be sure to check pressure while your tires are cold and have not been used recently. Even driving a mile will cause your tire pressure to increase and give you an inaccurate reading.

If your car pulls to one side and you haven't recently wrecked your car, you most likely just need to replace your tires. A busted belt will cause a vehicle to pull to one side. If you suspect this is the case, you can simply swap the two front tire or to rear tires to the opposite side and see if it doesn't pull in the opposite direction. If it does, then simply have the tires replaced and NO NEED FOR AN ALIGNMENT.