$69 Wheel Alignment,  Tire Alignment Special in North County, San Diego

At paradise Auto & Truck Center in San Marcos, we have a wheel alignment special going on for only $69.00 for most cars and some light trucks. If you have a car or truck that is pulling to the left or the right, then bring it in for our $69 wheel alignment special. If you drive an over sized car, SUV or truck, then your price is slightly higher, but not to worry, Charlie Marabella is the owner and he will always give you a great price!

What is a wheel alignment and why is it important?

A wheel alignment is the process of adjusting the angles of wheels so that they are parallel to each other and perpendicular to the ground. The purpose of these adjustments is to reduce wear and tear in the tires to help improve the life of the tires and to ensure that vehicle travel is straight and true, without pulling to the left or the right.


At Paradise Auto and Truck Center, we have this amazing tire alignment machine that allows us to service every aspect of your car or truck. From brakes, new tires, tire rotation, tire balance, tire rotation and tire alignment can all be handled in one appointment at Paradise Auto & Truck Center in San Marcos. Take a look at the wheel alignment machine in action.

Don’t forget to balance those tires every time you rotate them. Keeping your tires inflated properly and rotating your tires on a regular basis allows for a more even wearing of the tire and will last longer than if you don’t rotate and balance the tires. Usually what happens is the tires will wear improperly when the tires aren’t inflated properly. Meaning, one side or the other, the inside or outside of the tire wears uneven, then rotating the tires will help them to last longer, but if they were balanced and inflated properly, they wouldn’t wear uneven in the first place. Just a couple of tips to help your tires wear properly, where you can actually get the mileage out the tires that the manufactures claims. There is nothing worse than having to replace a tires when it only has 30,000 miles on it and the manufacturer says it will go 60,000 before needing replacing.