Does driving a distance feel like an upper body work-out? If you have to work to keep your car or truck driving straight, it may be a sign of steering system problems. Our certified technicians can diagnose and repair all types of car and truck steering issues. For safety, peace-of-mind, and an easy drive, it is important to bring your car to a trusted auto repair shop promptly.
It's time for a suspension check if your car dips or rocks when you drive over bumps or drifts when you drive around corners. These may be a sign that it's time to replace your car or truck's struts or shocks. Often, because struts and shocks wear slowly, we don't notice the subtle changes as they loosen and our ride transitions from smooth to soft. Until one day you drive over a bump and suddenly you feel your car or truck bouncing. In the early stages, this loosening doesn't harm your vehicle, but, it can be annoying if you like a smooth ride. In time, it is important to replace shocks and struts to ensure the integrity of your vehicle. If your car or truck dips or rocks when you go over bumps or drifts around corners bring it in for an inspection by one of our certified mechanics.
It's sometimes hard to miss all the pot holes around Seattle and Bothell! Driving through pot holes can be rough on you, your passengers, and your wheel alignment. What's worse, wheel alignment issues are often unnoticeable while you are driving. But, they can silently cause uneven or premature wear to your tires, sap your gas mileage, and can degrade your car or truck's handling. In the same way that regular oil changes are a cost-effective way to help extend the life of your car or truck engine, routine wheel alignments are a cost-effective way to help lengthen the life of your tires, improve your gas mileage, and improve your vehicle's handling.
Contact us today to schedule an inspection for your steering, suspension, or alignment and get the facts from one of our certified master technicians.