Whether or not it is time to change your shocks hinges on several elements, including how many miles a vehicle is driven, on what kinds of roads it’s driven, and whether it’s driven gently or not.
On the other hand, rough roads with potholes, large cracks, and sharp ridges that run across the pavement and bounce the car will cause faster wear in shocks. Also carrying heavy loads or driving on unpaved roads with potholes or imbedded large rocks can cause excessive wear. Winter weather and road salt can also shorten a car’s shock absorber and strut life by contributing to corrosion.
Have a complete checkup of the entire suspension by one of our staff and repair items with replacements as needed for a smoother, safer ride.