A vehicle's suspension is comprised of many parts, some of which only appear on certain vehicle body styles. Examples of suspension parts include control arms, stabilizer bars and stabilizer links, ball joints, sway bars and sway bar links, shocks, struts, and leaf springs. Depending on the condition of the roads you travel most, some of these parts may wear out sooner than others. When this happens, you may notice that your vehicle rides rougher than normal or that it's hard to stop your vehicle from swaying while you're driving. When you start facing situations like this, it's a good time to have your suspension inspected, and if needed, have suspension repair work done.
Expert Auto Care's ASE certified technicians are trained in vehicle suspension and are skilled at suspension inspection and replacement. When you bring your vehicle to us for suspension repair, we treat your vehicle like it's our own and do the best quality work to it so when you receive your vehicle back after service, you are thoroughly satisfied and feel completely safe driving it again. Expert Auto Care is customer oriented, and we aren't happy until you, as our customer, are happy. That's our bottom line.
We appreciate that you've spent this amount of time on our site so far, and would love to speak with you to set up an appointment for suspension inspection or suspension repair. You can call us at our service center or you can feel free to stop by and work with us in person. We'd love to have you as our customer!