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You could save hundreds of dollars due to premature tire wear with steering & suspension services


A complete steering & suspension evaluation performed by the certified experts and technicians at Tire & Service Network locations includes suspension-related repairs needed to get you back on the road safely, along with the following:


  • A thorough inspection of all shocks, struts, and springs for signs of wear or damage
  • Replacing any worn, damaged, or missing steering and suspension parts
  • Ensuring that all steering and suspension parts are performing as intended
  • Since replacement of these parts may change your existing wheel angles, our expert technicians recommend a wheel alignment with this service.

Steering and suspension services (excluding drive-train components) are backed by the Tire & Service Network Limited Warranty of 12 months or 12,000 mi (20,000 km), whichever comes first, for standard parts and labor.**


What do steering & suspension parts have to do with vehicle performance?


Your vehicle’s steering and suspension help ensure maximum ride comfort and performance. Normal road conditions can cause the shocks, struts, and springs of your suspension system to weaken over time. The effects of worn suspension parts may:


  • Reduce vehicle stability
  • Reduce driver control
  • Accelerate tire wear

How frequently do I check my steering & suspension system?


You should have your steering and suspension system thoroughly checked every 50,000 mi (80,000 km). Signs that you may want to have your shocks and struts inspected sooner include if you are:


  • Experiencing a harsh or shaky ride
  • Noticing that your vehicle is bouncing excessively
  • Feeling like your steering wheel is crooked
  • Hearing excessive noise when driving over bumps
  • Seeing that your tires are wearing unevenly

For more ways to help keep your tires in tip-top condition, check out Dunlop’s tire-care and maintenance guidelines.


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