Steering and suspension is an intricate system, so it’s important to have work done by a mechanic who knows what they are doing. It is a significant part of your ride experience, but it is also integral to your vehicle’s safety. Keep up with regular maintenance and inspections, if there is a problem, address it right away with a suspension service.
Shock and Strut Replacement Service, a shock or strut will last roughly 50,000 miles. In that time, your car’s shocks and struts will have cycled more than 85 million times, resulting in wear and tear on their internal components. If your car’s mileage exceeds even that amount, it’s probably time to consider replacing those suspension components. Worn-out suspension components may reduce the stability and safety by diminishing driver control.
Shocks and struts are two important parts of your suspension system that ensure your vehicle is balanced and riding comfortably with all four wheels on the road. We highly encourage you to get suspension inspection in order to maintain excellent car handling. Blown shocks and struts can result in a vehicle that handles poorly or even unsafely on public roads. Upon inspection, our experienced tire and auto service professionals will repair or replace those worn suspension parts, so your car will drive just like it did that first day.
The coil springs in your suspension system, along with your struts and shocks, all work to reduce road impact, spread the weight of your vehicle, and keep all four of your wheels in contact with the ground. How tightly would the springs are and the rigidity of the suspension springs can also have an impact on your vehicle’s handling and performance.