Car owners are reminded that suspension and tires must be in good condition for a smooth ride and importantly for safety. Also before a front wheel alignment can be performed on your vehicle all auto suspension maintenance and repairs should be completed.
Vehicles that have over sixty thousand miles, should be inspected for wear and routine suspension maintenance at least every ten thousand miles.
If you have slid off the road, hit a curb or a pothole recently, a damaged suspension part can wear your tires unevenly and place additional stress on other components, like steering and brake assemblies. Without you knowing, excessive wear or deterioration of your suspension could mean it may fail at any time and in turn cause other safety components like your brakes to reduce their effectiveness.