Suspension Repair in Londonderry, New Hampshire
Suspension: A Lot More Than Just Your Comfort
The Many Functions of Your Vehicle’s Suspension System
Most drivers associate their vehicle’s suspension system with comfort. That’s accurate. The suspension helps your automobile ease across imperfections in the road surface so you don’t feel every little jolt. However, the suspension system is also an important safety feature, doing a lot more than providing a smooth ride. This system actually helps your wheels stay connected to the road (i.e., less time bouncing and breaking contact). In turn, your tires are able to maintain better traction. Also, you’re able to achieve better control of your auto, especially when steering around curves or corners. To keep your car safe and comfortable, count on Tires Too in Londonderry, New Hampshire, for suspension repair. You’ll find us nearby at 1A Rockingham Rd Unit 8, Londonderry, NH 03053, servicing many import and domestic models. Make your appointment for auto repair using our online scheduling feature or by calling (603) 434-2730.
A Quick Guide to Suspension
Suspension isn’t just one thing. In reality, it’s a collection of interrelated components that work together to improve comfort and control. Springs are stiff enough to support the automobile’s weight, yet flexible enough to let your car move up and down as it crosses unlevel areas. The springs work best, however, when they aren’t left to their own abilities. Shock absorbers or struts (depending upon the vehicle you select) help with stability and control (i.e., minimize and manage the bounce enabled by the springs). The steering rack ensures that your auto’s can rotate to the side as you turn. Tie rods connect this rack (or steering gear) to the knuckle, and a sway bar (also called anti-sway bar, roll bar, or stabilizer bar) helps control vehicle body motion as you corner. If any of these components wear out, you’ll begin to notice signs of suspension trouble. These may include loose steering (particularly around corners), odd noises that increase with the unevenness of the travel surface, a steering wheel that doesn’t appear to be centered, and/or the feeling that your car is pulling to the side as you drive. If you’re experiencing suspected suspension issues, our ASE-certified technicians can assist you with determining whether you indeed need suspension repair or another service such as wheel alignment or tire repair.
The Best Suspension Repair
In business since 1988, Tires Too offers you the area’s best suspension repair. We’re accredited by the Better Business Bureau and affiliated with the NAPA AutoCare network, so you know you can rely on us for high-quality work. Further, we guarantee our repairs with a three-year/36,000 mile warranty. And, of course, we offer multiple customer conveniences including alternate drop-off/pick-up times, shuttle service/loaner car, electronic status updates, a comfortable waiting area with wifi, and SmartFlow technology to show you what’s wrong with your auto.