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If a road were perfectly smooth, with no irregularities, suspensions would
not be required. But roads are far from being flat. Even freshly laid
highways have subtle imperfections that can interact with the wheels of a
car. So this is what your vehicle suspension system does:
Since your steering system and suspension system are two separate
systems that work in tandem to keep your car under control, most
manufacturers recommend checking both of them every 80,000 km. But if
you notice any of the following warning signs, you should let an
experienced technician take a look at your suspension right away:
A suspension system is very complex, and most importantly safety critical.
With so much movement happening and forces being exerted on the
suspension, parts inevitably wear out or become damaged. Even a single
broken, worn out, or bent part can lead to failure of the whole setup. That is
why it needs regular inspection and maintenance by a certified mechanic.
Besides regular inspection, a periodic wheel alignment can serve to both
identify potential suspension problems and keep the suspension in good
With our modern equipment we will check the measurements on your
vehicle to identify any suspension system problems, and correct them. Give
us a call at (905) 381-9285 or click here to set up an appointment for
inspection or repair of your suspension system.