Keeping your suspension in top condition is vital to your car’s performance
One main function of your car’s suspension is to provide a smooth, comfortable ride – even when you’re on a bumpy road. However, your suspension’s most important job is to keep all four tyres in firm contact with the road so that steering, driving and braking systems are effective. Without your suspension in good working order, control of the vehicle can become unmanageable and can lead to unfortunate (and fully-avoidable) accidents.
Here is a list of some of the things that can occur when your shock absorbers or struts are worn. If any of these happen to you, it’s time to get them replaced:
How Car Suspensions Work
Talk to our team if you feel you may need new suspension or looking for a complete upgrade!
Is it it time to replace your tyres? We can do them alongside any service or as a standalone service.
It’s all about your safety. With good treads, your car will drive better on the road. When tire treads are worn, your vehicle may be unable to handle weather conditions like rain and snow. Worn treads can also make other parts of your car wear down faster. And remember – having insufficient tread is considered illegal in many states, so please check your tire tread regularly!
Regardless of tread wear, many vehicle manufacturers generally recommend that you replace your tires after six years. Most tire manufacturers recommend that you replace your tires at 10 years. Check the manufacturer’s recommendations on your specific tires.
When it’s time to buy new tires, we want to make your experience as simple and smooth as possible. We have an extensive selection of quality tires to fit your vehicle, your budget and your driving style. You’ll find everything from economy to ultra–high performance tires, in the size you need, from brands you trust.