3D-wheel alignment

Wheel alignment with 3D measurement technology


For precise damage diagnosis in the shortest possible time, we offer an electric axle or chassis measurement with 3D technology for all cars and vans. You are getting everything out of one hand with us!

Achsvermessung Kfz-Gutachter Marco Schuster

When is wheel alignment necessary?


  • in the event of accident damage for diagnosis
  • at the impact in the area of the rim or the wheel
  • in the event of a heavy impact against the rear or the front
  • of the vehicle when pulling the vehicle sideways if the steering wheel is not centered when driving straight ahead when replacing components on the steering, e.g. tie rod end after replacing components on the chassis, e.g. shock absorbers
  • after lowering after the assembly of larger alloys
  • when bumping into one or more wheels (e.g. when driving over a curb or a pothole too quickly)
  • with one-sided tire wear

Wheel alignment - what is the reason?


A wheel alignment or chassis measurement ensures that no components on the chassis are damaged. The wheels are optimally aligned with the vehicle thanks to the optimal setting of toe and camber. This counteracts increased tire wear and fuel consumption. The cornering stability of the vehicle and the braking distance are optimized. A wheel alignment that ensures that toe and camber have been precisely adjusted on your vehicle therefore makes a major contribution to the safety of your vehicle.

With our 3D wheel alignment system, in comparison to other 3D systems, it is not possible to diagnose damage to the chassis, but even damage to the frame.

Who bears the costs for wheel alignment after an accident?

As the injured party, the other party insuring the accident bears the entire cost of wheel alignment. The wheel alignment report is integrated into the report by the expert. We bill the insurance company directly for you. So you don't have to worry about anything.

3D wheel alignment - how it works

The 3D wheel alignment (wheel alignment) is currently the most modern way of measuring the chassis of a vehicle. With the 3D measurement, a reflector is installed on each wheel. Special cameras record the position of the reflectors and are forwarded to the computer. This creates a three-dimensional model. Existing differences in the axle geometry can be determined within a few minutes. If there are any deviations, we will correct the toe or fall on the spot.