Hunter Laser 4 Wheel Alignment


Ever hit a pothole or a kerb?

Have you ever noticed your tyres wearing more on one side than the other? Perhaps your car feels as if it pulls to one side? Or your steering wheel isn't straight?

These are all possible symptoms of misalignment, which can occur easily from things like hitting a kerb or driving over a hole in the road.  

By having your car properly aligned, you'll benefit from improved tyre life, better fuel consumption and improved handling.

Wheel alignment is essential to ensure your car is safe

We make sure all your wheels are pointing in the right direction, at the right angles and in the direction of travel.

Our Hunter wheel alignment service measures up to 14 primary wheel angles and compares them with the original specifications for your car, whatever the make or model. 

If needed, we can then correct any steering and suspension measurements that are out of specification which in turn helps to maximise your fuel efficiency, reduce any uneven tyre wear and improve your driving comfort and safety.

Hunter Hawkeye Advanced Alignment

At Eastgate Automotive we use the renowned Hunter Hawkeye wheel aligner, probably the best aligner on the market and endorsed by various manufacturers including BMW, MINI, VW, Audi, Porsche, Mercedes, Jaguar, Land Rover, Ford and Tesla.


Widely recognised across the world as the leading alignment equipment, Hunter aligners are accurate, reliable and fast. To add to this, our technicians have been trained directly by Hunter UK representatives to make sure you and your car get the best possible service.

When we carry out a 4 wheel alignment check, we'll give you a full colour printout to explain any alignment problems we encounter. If adjustment work is required, we'll confirm costs with you before we continue. You'll also get an alignment printout of the final work done.

We can also carry out suspension upgrades and corner weighting for your road or race car with our Intercomp scales. 

Camber, caster, toe in, toe out, thrust angle and steer ahead can all have an effect on your mpg and tyre wear. 

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