Suspension Service

auto mechanic working on the shocks of a car on a lift

No one likes an uncomfortable ride. That’s why we tune your suspension to keep your car rolling smoothly down the road.

Your car’s suspension system is what keeps your tires in contact with the road and helps to absorb bumps and shocks. Over time, the suspension system can wear down and become damaged, which can lead to a number of problems, including uneven tire wear, poor handling, increased vibration, and increased noise. 

If your car feels “loose” or “wobbly” when you drive, if you feel a lot of vibration when you drive, or if you hear a lot of noise when you drive, especially over bumps, it’s a sign that your suspension system may need to be repaired.

If you’re experiencing any problems with your suspension, it’s important to have it checked by a qualified mechanic. A suspension service can help to identify and correct any problems with your suspension system and can help to keep your car safe and comfortable to drive.

By having your suspension serviced regularly, you see a lot of benefits. You’ll have improved safety, because a properly functioning suspension system helps to keep your car in control and reduces the risk of accidents. In general, most cars should have their suspension system serviced every 30,000 to 50,000 miles.

You’ll be more comfortable. A smooth ride is important for both everyone. A well-maintained suspension system can help to reduce vibration and noise, making your car more comfortable to drive.

You’ll extend the life of your tires. Uneven tire wear is a common problem with worn suspension components. A suspension service can help to correct this problem and extend the life of your tires.

Investing in suspension service before you need big repairs will lead to reduced maintenance costs in the future. A well-maintained suspension system is less likely to require expensive repairs down the road.

If you’re not sure how often you should have your suspension system serviced, consult your owner’s manual or contact a qualified mechanic. 

There are a few signs that it’s time to have your suspension serviced. If you noticed uneven tire wear, poor handling, increased vibration, or increased noise, bring your car in to have your suspension inspected.