Q. How do I know if my suspension is damaged?

Generally, a damaged suspension results in:
• A rough, bumpy or bouncy ride.
• Drifting on the road
• Uneven tire treads or bald spots on tires
• Vehicle “nose diving” or dipping sharply when the brakes are applied.
• If the shocks on the suspension look greasy or really oily, there’s a high possibility that there’s a leak in the suspension.
If you observe any of the above mentioned signals in your car, contact us to get your suspension inspected. It’s advisable to get the suspension fixed as soon as you notice the signs, as delayed repairs can be costly.