Tires are a big part of the cost of your car. If your suspension parts are worn out your tire will wear quickly. The shocks and struts and ball joints and steering columns and bushings and control arms and … well, apparently it’s a big list of parts that keep your car driving straight and true. As ASE certified mechanics we know exactly which items to watch for on your model of car.
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The simplest and most common items to fail are shocks and struts. Those ordinary suspension parts become critical components at high speed when you are trying to avoid a collision. That’s right, if your car has enough miles to bounce a little… you are a little less safe. Don’t worry because new shocks and struts will smooth out your ride–and keep your car stable during emergency or avoidance driving. Bonus: not a lot of money.