One important aspect of your vehicle includes the suspension system. Your car’s suspension system keeps your wheels safely on the road while helping your car absorb the shock of uneven surfaces. How your car accelerates, brakes, and handles traction issues such as rain, potholes, turns, and curves is determined by the condition of the suspension system.
Parts of a Car’s Suspension System
Your suspension system is part of your car’s chassis and includes your tires, struts, shock absorbers, air springs, steering, sway bars, and axles. There’s a front suspension and a rear suspension. The front suspension deals with steering and traction while the rear suspension helps keep your car from lowering and hitting the ground. In short, your suspension system works together to keep distance between