Keeping on the straight and narrow isn’t always easy. Especially if one’s car’s alignment is a little out. Make use of today’s Groupon and get a 3D car wheel alignment for only R99 at Supa Quick. It’ll make life on the road so much easier and make you feel more in control.
All Supa Quick auto centres boast the best computerised 4-wheel thrust alignment technology since 3-wheel thrust alignment technology. Each alignment specialist is also trained to the peak of fitter expertise. This technology aligns all 4 wheels identically to the geometric centre line of your vehicle. Alignment is crucial to keeping your vehicle on the road. Supa Quick ensures that your car is always pointing in the right direction no matter what the kind of road, weight of the load, weather conditions or whether a man or woman is behind the wheel. According to the professionals, correct wheel alignment can add up to 10 000 kms to the life of a tyre so all four can live long, full and happy lives.
Supa Quick is known for updating their equipment and staff training as fast as the fastest car that’s ever gone through their hands. Every Supa Quick specialist fitter is trained to align high performance, taxi, light commercial, passenger and 4x4 vehicles. What’s more, if you’re driving down Loop street and feel as if your car is telling you to go to Long street, don’t take it as some kind of sign to go for lunch. Instead, Supa Quick gives clients the opportunity to bring back their cars within 24 hours of the alignment and they’ll fix any glitches for free.
Groupons redeemable at:
Supa Quick Observatory
321A Main road, Observatory
021 447 0591/082 076 4384
Supa Quick Promenade
Shop C2, Liberty Promenade, Mitchell’s Plain
021 376 3695/082 975 6088
Alignment fact: Bert ‘Alignment’ Pilleman could judge the alignment of a car with his naked eye. He was known to carry a magnet on a lanyard around his neck that would stabilise him so that he could get the alignment just right. However in 1952 he magneted himself to the door of the mini fridge in the mechanics’ kitchen, protesting for a kettle. When he finally released himself after 3 days, he walked at an angle and was only known as Bert from then on.