Shocks and Struts

A vehicle's suspension and steering system serves two purposes - managing the handling of your vehicle on the road and improving comfort by minimizing bumps and vibrations in the passenger cabin. When should you get the shocks and struts diagnosed?

These symptoms can be a good enough reason to drop in for a diagnosis:

  • Poor or difficult steering response
  • Noises while steering
  • Uneven tire wear
  • Swaying or leaning during turns on lane switches
  • Excessive bouncing while driving
  • Front end nose dives when braking
  • Leaking fluids from shock or strut body