Bespoke Wheels | Wheel Alignment

We offer laser wheel alignment, you may know this as tracking. Here you'll find lots of technical information about tracking, but first...

Why is it worth having your alignment checked?

Misaligned wheels can cause uneven tyre wear, decrease handling of your car, reduce the life of your tyres, increase fuel consumption - so it's worth having it checked.

How do you know if your wheel alignment is out?

You may be experiencing a pull to one side when driving your vehicle, you may have noticed some uneven tyre wear for example, these examples suggest it's worth having your alignment checked. Misalignment can be caused by something like driving over a pot hole on the road.

It's best to have your wheel alignment checked whenever new tyres are installed, suspension components installed, when the vehicle has encountered a major road hazard or curb and any time unusual tyre wear patterns appear.

Here at Bespoke Wheels Ltd we will check your alignment for free and if it needs correcting we will do this for you when you have about half an hour to spare. Our tracking experts have many years of tracking experience and this allows us to offer you this service at a very competitive price - all you need to do is ring round to compare prices and you will see how competitive we are.


If your alignment needs correcting, we offer 2 wheel adjustment from £45 or 4 wheel adjustment at £90 (including VAT). We then charge £22.50 per additional adjustment.

Classic Cars

We also carry out alignment for classic cars

Please contact us for appointments and pricing for classic cars (25 years old or older).

Technical details

Wheel Alignment is the measurement of complex suspension angles and the adjustment of a variety of suspension components. It is a suspension-tuning tool which greatly influences the vehicle's handling and tyre wear.

Wheel alignment consists of adjusting the angles of the wheels so that they are parallel to each other and perpendicular to the ground, thus maximizing tyre life and ensures straight and true tracking along a straight and level road.

The primary static suspension angles that need to be measured and adjusted are caster, camber, toe, thrust angle and steering centre. If you have any queries on wheel alignment please give us a call or visit us.c