Suspension has an influence on steering and drive
It’s really important to regularly checks the car suspension and steering, as often as every 6 months. Steering components can be knocked out of alignment by speed humps and potholes, and poor steering puts you at risk of accident.
The suspension’s most noticeable function is creating a smooth ride for you, but. The main cause of suspension problems is simply time: most of the moving parts are made of rubber and can dry out and crack over a period of time.
One of the key components in car suspension is the shock absorbers which serves two purposes – one- it makes the ride more comfortable for you and two- keeps the tyres firmly on the road.
Damaged shock absorbers can make brakes less efficient, make it harder to turn and contribute to uneven or exaggerated tyre wear. It’s
There are two signs of steering misalignment. One is uneven tyre wear; two is biased steering.
Biased steering can be best noticed when the vehicle is travelling in a straight line but the steering wheel isn’t straight, or if you’re trying to drive straight and your car is trying to pull sideways.
The best indications of suspension issues is a knocking noise from the front or rear of the vehicle. When driving from standstill or driving down bumpy roads and over speed humps.
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