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Auto Services

Regular maintenance of your vehicle at a quality service provider is the best way of ensuring that your vehicle runs smoothly for years. We fully understand this, and that’s why at AlMailem, we offer a range of services to help you stay ahead of the game.

Wheel Alignment & Balancing

When your wheel alignment is off, your ability to drive is compromised. Sometimes unaligned wheels can be obvious – your car is pulling to one side of the road or your steering wheel has a vibration from balancing issues. In some cases, it can be subtle and the driver won’t notice it. Therefore, regular alignment checks are necessary. With proper wheel alignment, not only does the life of the tire increase, the vehicle too handles better and safer.

Wheel alignment and tire balancing facilities are available at all AlMailem Tire Outlets, which are equipped with latest generation aligners and balancers.

Steering & Suspension

To maintain precise control of your car, the wheels need to be in firm contact with the road at all times. That’s where the suspension system comes in. Steering and suspension are responsible for keeping your wheels firmly intact on the ground, and for keeping your car from veering to one side of the road. A faulty steering and suspension system can result in vehicle bounce, noise when driving over bumps, hard turning, uneven tire wear and wandering wheels.

Whether your vehicle has a conventional suspension system with shock absorbers or a strut-based system (which is typical in many front-drive wheel cars), we have the expertise to diagnose and repair any problem. All AlMailem tire outlets provide steering and suspension services.

Brakes

The braking system in your car is the most important safety component, allowing you to slow down, stop, avoid potential accidents and keep your car stationary when parked. There’s lot more to the braking system than just brake pads. It is vital that you get the entire system checked regularly to ensure safe driving.

There are several parts to a car’s brake system including brake pedal, power booster, master cylinder, disc caliper, wheel cylinder assembly, disc pads and shoes, drums, disc rotors, brake-fluid lines and brake fluid, emergency brake or hand brake, along with electronic modules and ABS control unit, depending on vehicle make and model.

All AlMailem Tire Outlets offer Brake System check-up and repair services

Specialized Car Garage

As part of our policy of offering superlative services to our valued customers, we have recently opened a specialized car garage in Al-Rai. Professionally managed by qualified Armenian auto-technicians and equipped with state-of-the-art diagnostic and repair equipment, it provides specialized services for all kinds of cars.

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AUTO SERVICES FAQS

Proper wheel alignment ensures optimum drivability. It helps the tires last longer, your vehicle drive smoother and ultimately keeping your wheels pointed in the right direction. An added benefit is that it results in better fuel economy.

There are many parts & components in a vehicle’s wheel, axle and suspension systems. Over a period of time, these parts wear out leading to alignment issues. Further, there are many driving related factors which accelerate the process such as hitting the curb, driving over potholes, rough & uneven roads etc.

Wheel balancing, also known as tire balancing, is the process of equalizing the weight of the combined tire & wheel assembly so that it spins smoothly, particularly at high speeds. Balancing involves putting the wheel & tire assembly on a balancer, which centers the wheel and spins it to determine where additional weights are required.

Correct wheel balancing on your car is very important. Unbalanced wheels can cause the tires to wear prematurely, as well as causing accelerated wear of your shock absorbers, struts and steering components. Moreover, the ride would be very uncomfortable – if the wheel is out of balance, it causes vibration at high speeds that can be felt in the steering wheel and/or the seat.

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