It is important to keep your vehicle in the best condition possible when you own it. Part of this includes regular vehicle maintenances that are performed by a professional. When you bring the vehicle in, we can inspect it for any parts that might be failing or need to be replaced. If you are not sure how often to bring the vehicle in, make sure to contact us. We can advise you on how often regular maintenance should be done for your vehicle. This way you can help keep the vehicle lasting as long as possible. The vehicle will also perform at a higher efficiency. Also make sure to inspect the vehicle regularly between visits. This can help you to notice is something is wearing incorrectly. One part to check is the tires. This can help keep your vehicle operating efficiently and effectively when you drive on the road. If you notice a problem with them, make sure to bring the vehicle in as soon as possible. bulletin


Potential Issues if you Hit a Curb

When driving, there are some issues you should try to avoid. One of them includes hitting a curb. While it might not seem like a major issue, hitting a curb can do more damage to your vehicle than you might think. Hitting a curb even going as slow as five miles per hour can have a major impact on the performance of your tires. Tire wear damage is possible in as little as two hundred miles after a curb impact. It is important to bring the vehicle in so we can inspect the tires. This way your vehicle will help to improve the fuel efficiency when you travel as well.

Issues that could happen with the Tires

When you hit a curb, the tires can have damage caused to them. Other parts that could also become damaged are the tie rods. Tie Rods are the connection between your steering system and the wheels. Any damage to the tie rods can severely inhibit your ability to steer, especially important when roads are slick. The control arms allow up and down movement of the suspension while holding the knuckles, spindles, and axles firmly onto the car. Jarring from hitting a curb can cause extreme damage to the control arms and suspension of your vehicle. A steering knuckle contains the wheel hub or spindle and attaches to the suspension components. It is variously called a steering knuckle, spindle, upright or hub, as well. Damage to steering knuckles also impacts suspension and steering your vehicle. Tires and Wheels can be damaged as well. If you suspect tire damage, have it inspected immediately to avoid costly problems.

What you should do if you Hit a Curb

If you hit a curb, make sure to contact us. By scheduling an appointment as soon as possible, you can help prevent further damage from happening to your vehicle. Our certified technicians will make sure your vehicle can keep you safely on the road, without risking extensive damage and costly future repairs.