The suspension system on your vehicle is comprised of a number of components, including shock absorbers, suspension springs, torsion bars and struts. As the suspension system is responsible for providing consistent handling and braking, keeping the wheels in contact with the road, controlling vehicle roll, bounce and sway, maintaining wheel alignment and more, it needs to be inspected regularly and repaired with quality replacement parts.
A poorly maintained suspension system decreases driving control (putting you and others at risk), places extra pressure on other systems, increases tyre wear and, ultimately, costs you more money. Bring your vehicle in for an inspection when you notice signs such as your car riding rough, nose diving when braking, irregular tyre wear and other signs of suspension damage. Rely on our qualified mechanics for the following suspension services and more: