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You know your vehicle ride better than anyone. If something feels “off” and you find yourself worried for slight bumps and bounces, it’s time to get your suspension system, shocks and struts inspected. 

Honest1 ASE mechanics and technicians will diagnose your vehicle through our digital health inspection, showing you the exact issue of what needs to and doesn’t need to be repaired, along with the cost you can expect if you elect to have the work done.

Honest1 understands the importance of location when considering vehicle suspension, shock & strut services. When you search for vehicle suspension, shock and strut services near me, we want to be your best choice even if we aren’t the nearest choice. Honest1 will provide you with the best experience, highest quality of service, and back it all with the industry’s best 3-year / 36,000-mile warranty on our parts and labor.



Your vehicle’s steering and suspension system consists of a series of springs and shock absorbers to provide an easy steering and a smooth ride. Over time this system becomes worn or broken steering and can lead to excessive tire wear, poor alignment, reduced stability, weak driver control, and unsafe driving conditions.




Most manufacturers recommend checking the steering and suspension system every 50,000 miles. But if you notice any of the following warning signs, Honest1 ASE Certified has experienced mechanics and technicians who can quickly identify any issues you may have.


  • A bumpy, bouncy or shaky ride

  • Crooked steering wheel

  • Steering pulls to one side

  • Difficulty turning the steering wheel

  • Unusual noises after bumps or dips

  • Uneven tire wear



If you aren’t exactly sure what shocks and struts do in your vehicle, don’t worry. You aren’t alone. Broadly speaking, shocks and struts are both important parts of your vehicle’s suspension system. The suspension system controls how your vehicle handles the road and ensures you and your passengers enjoy a comfortable ride.


“Shocks” are shock absorbers. They adjust to road conditions to reduce how much your car bounces, giving you a smooth, controlled ride. While struts are similar to shock absorbers internally and also control bounce and spring, they have an additional task.


Unlike shocks, struts provide structural support for the vehicle’s suspension system. They help keep the wheels aligned properly and support the weight placed on the suspension. Worn or damaged shocks and struts can heavily impact how your vehicle drives and handles, meaning it’s important to keep them in good condition.




There are a few telltale signs that can alert you when it’s time for a repair or replacement.


  • Bumpy, shaky, or bouncy ride

  • Vehicle bounces repeatedly after hitting a bump or dip 

  • Your tires are wearing down unevenly

  • The steering wheel feels stiff and is more difficult to handle for turning

  • When steering it makes noises

  • The front of your vehicle dips down when you applying the brakes

  • Your vehicle rolls, sways, slides, or leans on turns

Vehicle Suspension Services near me

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