What do Shocks and Struts do?
The suspension system on your vehicle works together with your steering and brake systems. Its main purpose is to keep your tires in contact with the road.
A worn shock or strut will increase your stoping distance and cause premature wear on your tie rods, ball joints and tires.
How often Should I get my suspension checked?
We recommend that you have a full suspension and chassis inspection every 20,000 km or once a year for your safety.
A new set of shocks will do more than improve your ride, it will enhance your braking and steering systems, and reward you with a safer and easier to control vehicle.