Your Go-To European Auto Suspension Service Center in San Francisco
Suspension systems are one of the most important performance tools your car has. Without a well-designed suspension, a superior engine and transmission do not have the platform to support them and their output. High-quality European and Asian brands have developed technology within suspension systems that are on par with the engineering within the drive train systems that run them.
With advanced technology comes advanced service needed to keep these suspension units performing as they were originally designed. If you live in the San Francisco area, you can only trust your advanced suspension servicing to those experienced and trained in the latest care methods.
The Importance of Keeping a Suspension Serviced
Your car’s suspension is important for the performance of the vehicle and affects the safety of you and your passengers. Keeping it in good condition is a priority, especially as the technology in certain cars needs extra care. Here are a few examples of what can happen without proper routine inspection of a suspension system.
- Normal wear and tear over time will cause components of your suspension system to either fail or not work as they should.
- The weather in the San Francisco area, along with the amount of corrosive salt in the air, can lead to early failure of your suspension system.
- Poor road conditions can cause the many parts of your suspension system to become damaged and not function properly.
By allowing us to regularly inspect your suspension system we can save you expensive repairs and help you maintain a safe driving car. If you allow your suspension system to fall into serious disrepair, it can lead to an accident while driving.
Bring Your Car to the Professionals
With years of experience and training, our staff knows how to properly maintain your car and keep it functioning as it should, for years to come. Located in San Francisco, European Motor Works proudly helps Euro auto owners all throughout surrounding areas including: