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    If the vibration remains constant while you're driving, it might be a sign that there's a serious problem with your shocks. At highway speeds, these vibrations could become more intense and hamper your ability to control the car.
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  • How long do shocks last on average?

    On average, if your car has been “babied,” you can expect your shocks/struts to last about 10 years. If you have really used your car like a workhorse, 5 years is probably all you can expect. This means that for the average driver, 7 or 8 years is the maximum life expectancy of most shocks and struts.19 Apr 2019
  • Can I drive with bad shocks?

    Bad shocks can make your vehicle harder to steer.

    Without a fully functional suspension system, you won't be able to effectively control your vehicle's speed and direction on the road. Bad shocks can make it harder for you to handle your vehicle, which can make it less fun to drive.
  • What happens if you drive on bad shocks?

    Reduced braking efficiency – Worn shocks and struts can have an adverse effect on the performance of your brakes. Your vehicle's stopping distance may increase, which can be critical in an emergency braking situation. You're also at increased risk of skidding on wet roads.
  • How do you know if your car shocks are bad?

    Other signs of car shocks and struts in bad condition are unusual noises over bumps, excessive body lean or sway in turns, or that the front end of the vehicle dives sharply in hard braking. Bad shocks also can affect steering control and cause uneven tire wear.12 Mar 2016
  • Do lift kits settle?

    All lifts will settle in slightly, which is no different than what you will experience on a new vehicle.28 Feb 2014

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