Suspension system components are vital for control, comfort, and safety. Your truck’s suspension will be subjected to wear and tear over time. Leaf springs, airbags, hangers and shackles also negatively affect the performance, handling and quality of your ride.
Here are some indicators of suspension issues:
- The tilt of your truck when it makes a turn
- The ongoing bounce after hitting a pothole or bump in the road
- The pull of the steering wheel as you drive
- Tires that wear quickly or unevenly
What is a worn suspension system?
This is when damaged shocks and struts can’t effectively absorb road impact or soften the bumps. With this type of suspension, you will feel every hole and every bump on a broken road. It can affect the vehicle’s ability to make a turn or take a stop. Book routine inspections with our team at MCL Mobile Fleet Services to avoid serious accidents that can be caused by worn suspension components.
It is important to get regular maintenance and suspension inspections because your suspension system endures a lot. Regardless of how strong your truck is, roads are rough, and over time, the shocks created by bumps and potholes in the road negatively impact the overall performance of your vehicle. Air springs are created to provide the comfort of leaf springs with strong coil springs, but road damage, debris or over or under-inflation can impact your truck’s performance.
Unwanted effects of the suspension system evolve over time, which can make it difficult to determine an issue until it visually comes to your attention. To prevent these problems from occurring, book an inspection with our budget-friendly team today to ensure that you aren’t surprised by unnoticed damage suddenly popping up. An inspection will prevent you from having any worries about unwanted damages. Think preventively and you won’t be bombarded by the stress, cost, and undesired downtime of emergency repairs.