We operate a certified Honda service department with a dedicated tire center staffed with skilled technicians operating computerized alignment equipment that knows your vehicle and its four-wheel alignment service inside and out. We follow Honda’s technical service bulletin to guide each service that guarantees the establishment of precision angles – camber, caster, and toe – guiding where your vehicle meets the road. If you’ve experienced rapid wear emerge on your tires or are simply due for an alignment check to prevent misalignment causing you problems, we invite you to Honda of Murfreesboro for a much-needed wheel alignment service.
We raise the stakes on your vehicle’s wheel alignment service with a team of ASE certified technicians using computerized wheel alignment equipment for guaranteed precision. With even the smallest alignment error causing big problems where the tires grip the road, you’ll want your vehicle’s alignment services performed by the highest quality technicians trained to use computerized alignment equipment for guaranteed precision results.
AWD and 4WD powertrains have one thing in common when it comes to diverting engine power into all four wheels as they both do. However, differences exist regarding the ideal powertrain for certain driving conditions as AWD is suited for enhanced traction on loose or slippery road conditions and 4WD is ideal for off-roading or heavy-duty work. Hondas come equipped with AWD given that they are used for traditional transportation activities and generally not used for off-roading or towing heavy trailers to a worksite.
Let’s cut to the chase – rapid tire wear is tire damage that ranges in severity but you can rest assured that we are talking about the degree of tire damage defining where your Honda grips the road, which is a safety concern for us at Honda of Murfreesboro. Rapid wear appears as bald-shaped patterns on the tire in a variety of shapes and depths. The telltale signs are bald-shaped circles, circular cups with deeper balding toward the center, or ringing of the tread edge around the circumference of the tire. If you are unsure about checking your tires, we have ASE certified technicians at our express service department that can inspect your vehicle’s tires without an appointment as quickly and conveniently as possible.
An ASE certified technician begins by mounting the vehicle to our computerized wheel aligner. The wheel angles at each wheel assembly are assessed and adjustments are made when angles are not at factory specifications. Each adjustment is performed according to a technical service bulletin that you’ll never find at independent service shops continuing to use obsolete equipment and untrained mechanics.