STEERING - SHOCKS - SUSPENSION REPAIRS
Proper steering function is reliant on the quality and performance of your suspension components. Inspections, routine maintenance and front end alignment services will keep you riding smooth and your vehicle operational.
Turning the steering wheel of your car seems simple, but a lot happens between your steering wheel and your car’s tires. This complex system relies on a number of processes in order to function properly. Nearly all vehicles today come with power steering, but if this system fails, it quickly becomes a safety issue. Typical steering and suspension services include wheel alignments, shock and strut repair and front and/or rear suspension repair.
STABILIZER BAR SERVICE & MAINTENANCE
Also known as a sway bar, the stabilizer bar is an important component responsible for keeping your car from rolling over while turning.
Whereas the shock absorber keeps the ride smooth, the stabilizer bar keeps the car upright when it is turning by spreading weight equally over the tires.
BRING YOUR CAR IN FOR SERVICING
The steering and suspension system is very intricate, so it’s important to have work done by a trusted Kings County Collision & Repair technician. It contributes to the overall quality of your ride, but also integral to your vehicle’s safety. Keep up with regular maintenance and inspections, to address any problems right away.
MOST COMMON STEERING & SUSPENSION QUESTIONS
Q: Why won't the shop give me an estimate over the phone or from an email with a picture?A: Without seeing the car in person, it's nearly impossible to provide an accurate quote. It is very common for vehicles to require additional prep work.
Q: Do I have to make an appointment for an estimate?A: Appointments are not necessary, but you can still schedule one for your convenience by using our online appointment software..
Q: Will the price I pay be the same as the estimate? No surprises?A: Yes. The price you pay could be higher than your initial estimate if hidden damage is discovered during the repair and/or refinishing process or if the cost of parts increases. This is extremely uncommon; however, when it does occur, we will always call to discuss your options and offer you the opportunity to come in and see the repair area first hand.