Content reviewed by Eric Riddles, ASE Certified Master Automobile Technician
Your vehicle’s steering and suspension are responsible for ensuring both comfort and performance. It is recommended that you get your steering and suspension inspected every 30,000 miles, as road conditions can cause the shocks, struts and springs to weaken. By staying on top of maintaining your steering, tires and suspension (which only requires minor costs), you will be able to avoid more costly repairs.
You should take your driver control, vehicle stability, and health of your tires seriously. Your steering and suspension are intricate systems that need to be handled by an expert. When you bring your car into our auto shop, you can have total peace of mind that we will get it back up and running in optimal condition. Our steering and suspension services can help you enjoy a smoother and safer ride, as well as better gas economy.
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