Tires are a big investment, and ensuring that your vehicle is aligned will help your tires last longer. When wheels are misaligned, they can cause your tires to wear rapidly and unevenly.
It's a good idea to get a four-wheel alignment each time you get new tires to get the most out of them. Check your owner's manual too-some automakers may recommend specific intervals for alignments.
You may need alignment service sooner if you notice a pull or vibration when you drive, if you've hit a pothole or other object, or if you notice uneven wear on your tires.
Learn more about wheel alignment.