If you’re out on the highway and you’re feeling every crack in the road and every pebble you drive over, chances are that your shocks or struts are worn out and need to be replaced. Shocks and struts perform the same basic function – dampening road vibration. When they wear
Like most parts of your car, you wouldn’t necessarily notice it when your suspension is working properly. You’d be more likely to take notice when it’s broken. After all, its primary function is to smooth out the ride. So, what would you look for in order to spot a problem?
Perhaps the simplest way to answer this question is that, the time for replacement comes when your shock absorbers are worn out, damaged or leaking. But how exactly do you spot these signs? Here are some tips to know if you need new shocks, or struts, as many people call