wheel alignment

Car Wheel Alignment & Tracking Services

At ATS Euromaster we are happy to provide you with a choice of wheel alignment options. You can choose from our standard laser wheel alignment for your front wheels or computerised alignment for your front and rear wheels with costs starting from only £52.

We have over 250 local centres throughout the UK that can carry out wheel alignment services. You can book an hourly appointment online today at a date and time to suit you. Wheel alignment normally takes around 30 minutes (this can vary depending on vehicle) to complete and you can enjoy free Wi-Fi and coffee while you wait. 

  • Front axle toe alignment using the latest computerised equipment. See below for full details*
    Fully inclusive price

  • Front and rear axle toe alignment using the latest computerised equipment. See below for full details*
    Fully inclusive price

  • Extend the life of your tyres and avoid premature wear – get your front axle toe alignment adjusted today. See below for full details*
    Fully inclusive price

MOT Test Appointments

Wheel alignment appointments near you

We have over 200 wheel alignment centres throughout the UK with hourly appointments available. 

50 years experience of mot testing

Over 50 years of expertise

We've been carrying out wheel alignment for over 50 years and our technicians are some of the best trained in the country.


Range of wheel alignment options

We have 3 wheel alignment options to chose from with costs starting from only £52.

What is car wheel alignment?

Wheel alignment (sometimes referred to as tracking) is a service that involves correcting the angles of your wheels so that they are accurately re-set to the original manufacturer's specification.

It’s recommended to get this checked whenever you replace your tyres, as, over time, the rigours of driving on the road can cause your wheels to become misaligned. You may need to have your wheels aligned if your car has recently had a more significant knock or impact, such as going through a deep pothole.

For the best performance, you ideally want to have as much of the surface area of the tyre to be in contact with the ground as possible. Getting your Wheel Alignment checked and adjusted regularly will help optimise your vehicle's fuel consumption, road handling and tyre life. Misaligned wheels can lead to uneven tyre wear and shorter tyre life, meaning you will need to get your tyres replacing sooner than normal.

How much does a car wheel alignment cost?’

Our prices start from £52 for a 2 wheel laser alignment. We also offer 2 wheel computerised wheel alignment which costs £52 and 4 wheel computerised wheel alignment which costs £80.

You can book your vehicle in for a wheel alignment online today with hourly appointments available throughout the UK. 

What Is Laser Wheel Alignment?

Our Laser Wheel Alignment service sets your vehicles wheel positions back in line with manufacturer guidelines. Our expert technicians will ensure your front wheels are correctly aligned to the optimum position measuring and adjusting your wheels using laser technology to ensure your car handles well, and that you get the most life out of your tyres. 

What Is Digital/Computerised Wheel Alignment?

Our Digital/computerised wheel alignment provides the highest degree of accuracy and ensures your tyres are set back to the exactly to the vehicle manufacturer’s original angles and the optimum position. Our digital equipment also features a simple to understand Reception viewing screen, so you can view the pre and post readings according to the manufacturer’s original specifications and see the adjustments made in real time, giving you extra peace of mind. You will also be able to request before and after print outs of your alignment so you can keep a record of the improvements made. 

Find a local centre to book a wheel alignment/tracking near you

If you believe your alignment is out and needs adjusting feel free to find your local centre and get in touch with them, they will be happy to assist or perform a check before you book anything.


*Our Standard Wheel Alignment, Computer Alignment Front and Computer Alignment Front & Rear include Toe adjustment only. These services are suitable for cars, 4x4’s and car derived vans only, including electric or hybrid powered vehicles. A diagnostic equipment service may also be required to switch off dashboard warning lights related to systems like steering angle sensors – this is included within the cost of our Standard Wheel Alignment, Computer Alignment Front and Computer Alignment Front & Rear services subject to the compatibility of the vehicle with our diagnostic equipment. Camber and Castor adjustment (if possible) are not included with this service and will incur an additional charge. No Advanced Driver Assistance System (ADAS) re-calibration is undertaken by ATS Euromaster. Standard Wheel Alignment and Computer Alignment Front can take in excess of 30 minutes and covers Toe adjustment to the front wheels only. Our Computer Alignment Front & Rear service can take in excess of 60 minutes and covers Toe alignment on both the front and rear wheels where possible – some vehicles do not permit rear toe adjustment to occur due to vehicle design/manufacture.

How do you know if your car needs tracking or an alignment?

Chances are that you won’t be able to see whether your wheels are misaligned just from looking at the steering and suspension components, but there are a few signs you can look out for if you suspect your tracking is off:


  • The vehicle pulling to one side
  • Reduced fuel economy
  • Uneven tyre wear
  • Increased wear on suspension components


How often does your car need wheel alignment/tracking?

For most cars, there are no specific requirements. It is common that wheel alignment is checked when a vehicle is having new tyres fitted. Over time, and through potholes and mounting curbs a car’s wheel alignment can be impacted.


If you regularly check the conditions of your tyres you should be able to spot the signs that your alignment is out. 


Alignment Terminology

As shown in the image above there are various different types of misalignment positions that can occur. These toe in, toe out, positive camber or negative camber.


Toe In and Toe Out

If your vehicle is pulling to one side it could be a result of incorrect toe alignment. “Toe” looks at whether your front tyres are closer or further apart compared to the rear tyres. Depending on your vehicle it may need different toe settings compensating for the way your wheels wil either pull towards each other or away.


Negative Camber and Positive Camber

“Camber” simply means the tilt of your tyre, it can be inward or outward. Camber is set by the vehicle manufacturer. Your camber alignment can be knocked off by driving through pot holes and other forms of impact on your wheels.