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Shock absorbers are used to return the suspension to its natural position quickly and smoothly. Not only do shock absorbers control the compression of the spring, but the expansion (or rebound) as well.
Your vehicle's shocks and struts work with your steering and suspension to:
keep all wheels in constant contact with the road .
support the weight of your vehicle.
keep your vehicle at the proper height to prevent damage to the undercarriage .
absorb impact forces.
Worn shocks and struts allow your tires to bounce, reducing your ability to control your vehicle when steering and braking. This increases wear and tear on your steering and braking systems, and is a definite safety hazard. It also makes your vehicle more vulnerable to damage when going over bumps, potholes and other obstructions in the road, resulting in expensive repairs.
We recommend you have your shocks and struts inspected every 15,000 miles, or when you notice any of the following symptoms:
excessive bouncing, hopping, or bottoming out when going over bumps .
your vehicle diving forward when braking, or the rear lowering during acceleration .
your vehicle floating, swaying or drifting when passing or turning .
leaking, rusting, dents or other signs of physical damage .
loss of directional control during sudden stops .
a bouncy or uncomfortable ride .
Save money. Stay safe on the road.
Visit us to have your shocks and struts checked today.