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If your vehicle’s suspension begins to not work properly, then you are in for a literal bumpy ride. At Ross Automotive, we will inspect your suspension and make sure that when driving your car or truck, you will have the most comfortable ride. Balance, stability, and smoothness are all made possible by your suspension, and they’re what ensure a comfortable ride for you and your passengers. The suspension is responsible for keeping your wheels firmly intact with the ground, and a major player in keeping your car from veering to one side or the road.

At the first sign of trouble, bring your car in for steering and suspension services. Symptoms of a faltering suspension system include:

  • Noise when driving over bumps
  • Vehicle bouncing
  • Hard turning
  • Uneven tire wear
  • Wandering wheels

The first step in solving your suspension problem is diagnosing your vehicle. During a Complete Vehicle Inspection, our tire and auto service professionals will inspect all major systems in your car. We’ll assess the state of your vehicle’s:

  • Front End
  • Rear End
  • Shocks
  • Coil Springs
  • Struts
  • Bushings
  • CV Joints and Axles
  • Chassis Parts

The useful life of a shock or strut is roughly 50,000 miles. In that period, your vehicle’s shocks and struts will have cycled over 85 million times causing potential wear and tear on their internal components. If your vehicle’s mileage exceeds that amount, it might be time to consider replacing these suspension components. Shocks and struts are integral components of the suspension system and their wear has a very real impact on the safety of your vehicle. Worn shocks and struts can affect how your wheels touch the road, causing dangerous swaying,
hydroplaning deteriorated performance, and compromised road handling and holding. Ross Automotive can replace the worn shocks and struts to ensure that the vehicle runs at its best. Even more importantly, we hope to make sure that your ride is safer for you and your loved ones.