When should I get a tire alignment on my Lincoln?

Your vehicle should have an alignment every 30,000 miles, whenever you purchase new tires, or as needed (such as when you hit a curb or pothole, resulting in a significant jolt). When your tires are aligned properly, your vehicle drives straight and handles smoothly. Correct alignment helps with your tire life, tire performance, and gas mileage.

Refer to your Owner's Manual or your vehicle's Maintenance Schedule on the Owner Support site for more information.

If you are unsure whether your vehicle needs alignment, consult with your Lincoln Dealer.

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