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Car struts (called shocks in many vehicles), wear down slowly as the miles add up. Like all other automobile parts and systems, shocks and struts have a specific maintenance schedule. Auto repair experts say that generally they should be replaced between every 50,000 to 100,000 miles, depending on the wear and tear they have received.

What keeps your vehicle balanced and connected to the road? It’s the shocks or car struts! The components that make up the steering and suspension systems play a big role in keeping your ride smooth and safe.

Do bad struts or shocks have an impact on car axles? In most cars, the axles are an integral part of the susepnsion and steering systems.  They connect to the wheels and bear the weight of your entire vehicle. 

Your car's suspension system not only keeps your car riding smoothly, it keeps your wheels in proper contact with the road and helps maintain consistent handling and braking.  Axles are just as important as brakes and tires for the safe operation of your vehicle.

The life span of shocks and struts depends on your driving patterns. If you consistently travel over bumpy streets and adverse road conditions, then these parts will need to be replaced more often than if you only commute short distances every day.

Warning signs that it’s time to replace your shocks:

  • Poor steering response.
  • Steering performance is stiff.
  • Your car sways or leans when turning and changing lanes.
  • Your vehicle bounces excessively when driving.
  • Braking performance is unstable.

Needing an inspection of your vehicle’s car axles, shocks, and struts? Don't take a smooth comfortable ride for granted, but reach your destination safely and timely.

Wondering how often should struts be replaced? Call our ASE Certified Technicians at Gary’s Quality Automotive for more information about struts, shocks and car axles and to schedule an appointment. Our auto shop proudly serves vehicle owners in Grand Island, NE, Wood River, NE and Doniphan, NE.

Wondering how often should struts be replaced? If you’re having steering and suspension problems, ask your auto shop technician for advice about bad struts.

Car struts (called shocks in many vehicles), wear down slowly as the miles add up. Like all other automobile parts and systems, shocks and struts have a specific maintenance schedule. Auto repair experts say that generally they should be replaced between every 50,000 to 100,000 miles, depending on the wear and tear they have received.

What keeps your vehicle balanced and connected to the road? It’s the shocks or car struts! The components that make up the steering and suspension systems play a big role in keeping your ride smooth and safe.

Do bad struts or shocks have an impact on car axles? In most cars, the axles are an integral part of the susepnsion and steering systems.  They connect to the wheels and bear the weight of your entire vehicle. 

Your car's suspension system not only keeps your car riding smoothly, it keeps your wheels in proper contact with the road and helps maintain consistent handling and braking.  Axles are just as important as brakes and tires for the safe operation of your vehicle.

The life span of shocks and struts depends on your driving patterns. If you consistently travel over bumpy streets and adverse road conditions, then these parts will need to be replaced more often than if you only commute short distances every day.

Warning signs that it’s time to replace your shocks:

  • Poor steering response.
  • Steering performance is stiff.
  • Your car sways or leans when turning and changing lanes.
  • Your vehicle bounces excessively when driving.
  • Braking performance is unstable.

Needing an inspection of your vehicle’s car axles, shocks, and struts? Don't take a smooth comfortable ride for granted, but reach your destination safely and timely.

Wondering how often should struts be replaced? Call our ASE Certified Technicians at Gary’s Quality Automotive for more information about struts, shocks and car axles and to schedule an appointment. Our auto shop proudly serves vehicle owners in Grand Island, NE, Wood River, NE and Doniphan, NE.

Gary Starkey
Gary's Quality AutomotiveAuto Repair Shop in Grand Island, NE

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Wed:07:30am - 05:30pm
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