Alignment time again, on the search. Wheel Works - prospect- Lifetime Alignment Unfortunately my goto guy, Dietsch Werks, for alignments has moved quite a distance ( couple of hours) away from San Jose to Vacaville. So I'm in the search for a new shop that I can trust. I just knocked my alignment off with the passenger rear side, and now the car is not "on" the way it was in terms of handling.... so on with the search.... In Santa Cruz there's a "Wheel Works" shop that I've used where they have one technician who's very good at alignments, that's all he does and was trained to do. I had my truck and jeep aligned there and have been quite happy. They have a late model Hunter alignment machine and just acquired another new alignment machine which is great. I dropped by the shop today and talked to a manager Bill who I spoke with before, very professional. I indicated that I have a Tesla Roadster I am very particular about with its alignment specs as well as who I take my car to. He understood my point. I also inquired about the guy who is very good at alignments they have there, his name is Omar, whom I had great experience with before and also was highly recommended by other managers there. I told him the numbers I want the Roadster dialed in at, which are still within spec, and he said that's do-able. He indicated they just won't do an alignment a customer requests that's out of spec. I also told him we most likely will need 2x4's to run the Roadster up on the alignment machine, the angle of attack is too steep and the Roadster too low. He said he has those all ready to go. But the cool thing is that Wheel Works now has a "Lifetime" alignment program. Standard alignment they charged around $70 and the Lifetime is another $70, so $140. You can take the car in multiple times a year if you want to ensure its still dialed in / properly aligned or take it in when ever you want, say a year if you feel its knocked out. If its out they'll re-align it back all for free! Totally awesome! My goal is to train / get these guys to be familiar with the Roadster and have them as the goto place for those close by. I was paying $250 per alignment before and that didn't have a lifetime guarantee. However it was done by a Lotus expert who races and I did get my money's worth in information and knowledge for sure. I'm scheduled for an appointment at Wheel Works next Thursday, will follow up with the results / feedback. One thing I need to stop by is if I need to bring my own shims or not. I might have to order a set just for this purpose, but we'll see. I might be fine as is.