The suspension system in a vehicle refers to the springs system, shock absorbers and linkages where the chassis and wheels are interconnected. Car suspension systems have a dual purpose. First, suspension systems contribute to the car’s road handling, braking safety, and driving pleasure. Secondly, the suspension system protects the vehicle and its cargo from damage and wear.
Under normal conditions, the suspension system helps stabilize the car body by compressing the springs with every up-and-down movement from the bumps in the road–making your car run smoothly even when the road is rough. The suspension system distributes weight equally as the car accelerates and absorbs the energy from the road without causing any disturbance to the passengers. Without a properly maintained suspension system, the up-and-down movement jostles the cargo, becomes uncomfortable to the passenger, and reduces the ability to safely handle turns.
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