Replacing Your Shocks and Struts
Shocks and struts do more than just cushion you on rough roads. Not only do they protect you and your passengers from an uncomfortably bumpy ride, shocks and struts more importantly keep your tires in contact with the road, preventing your vehicle from flipping over on curves and sharp turns.
Shock and strut repair and replacement is vital when it comes to extending the life of your tires and ensuring even tread wear. That's why taking care of your suspension system is crucial for a safe and smooth ride.
Knowing When To Replace Your Shocks and Struts
The Motorist Assurance Program (MAP)* now recommends that you consider replacing your shocks and struts at 50,000 miles. There also may be signs that indicate that you need to schedule an appointment to replace your shocks and struts. If your car has been bouncing, floating, leaning, or nose diving, it's time for a visit to the undercar pros here at The Tire Choice.
Our ASE certified technicians check your shocks and struts every visit as part of our FREE courtesy inspection. We stock a complete line of shock absorbers, coil springs, and MacPherson struts. Request an appointment online for shock and strut repair or stop by your nearest location. We are open seven days a week including evenings and most holidays with same day appointments available.
+2010 Honda Accord. Dealer price based on dealer phone shops.
* 2011 Standards for Automotive Repair