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At PIT STOP, we are committed to help you at every step of the way. Our experienced, expert service team will ensure your vehicle is supplied and fitted with tyres, which are correctly specified, fully tested and fitted at the highest professional level of Quality Control and Compliance.


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Testing for correct wheel alignment ensures that each of the four wheels of your vehicle are: 

  • At a 90 degree angle to the road
  • Each individual wheel is also parallel to each other

PITSTOP uses advanced Hunter HawkEye Elite® Alignment Systems featuring high definition sensor imaging and fully integrated software to guide every adjustment with pin-point accuracy. HawkEye sensor technology is increasingly used in professional sport, such as Lawn Tennis.

While conventional electronic-sensor systems require time consuming application to each vehicle, our installed Hunter HawkEye System can:

  • Instantly recall original specifications and vehicle-specific alignment procedures.
  • Reset computerised steering systems on a wide variety of vehicles with one simple tool.


The Benefits of the Hunter System to you

PITSTOP can precisely diagnose your vehicle’s wheel alignment in less than one minute and provide you with a test printout indicating current status and running efficiency.

Faulty wheel alignment - could be causing your vehicle multiple problems:

When a vehicle’s wheels are not correctly aligned - uneven pressure on the tyres can push against each other causing uneven friction and increased road resistance. This means that as the vehicle works harder to move forward more fuel is burned than normal.

Symptoms Caused By Faulty Wheel Alignment

  • Vehicle pulls to one side
  • Steering wheel vibrates / judders at higher speeds
  • One tyre will wear more quickly than another
  • Uneven braking
  • Loss of smooth vehicle suspension
  • Increased fuel consumption

How Often Should I Have My Vehicle’s Wheel Alignment Checked?

It is recommended that you should have your wheels aligned:

  • Once every 6,000 miles or
  • 6 months, whichever is earlier

AVOID CONFUSION... Wheel alignment is NOT the same as wheel balancing!

Wheel alignment - ensures a vehicle’s wheels are correctly aligned to the road and to each other.

Wheel balancing -
adjusts the balance between the tyre and the wheel rim.