Defective Shock Absorbers

Posted by hotelnur on 20th March 2016 in News

20 Percent longer braking distance in broken shock absorbers / 22 percent of all cars driving with worn shock absorbers defective shock absorbers increase braking distance by 20 percent. Accident risk during emergency braking, as well as with bad brakes. The car can come to skid or break out in the corner and while dodging. Road tests of the TuV have proved that. For defective shock absorbers and springs, the wheels lose contact with the road. Particularly terrifying: Around 22 per cent of all cars driving with worn shock absorbers according to some investigations of the KYB suspension specialists. 13.4 Percent of the cars have defects in the chassis in accordance with TuV report 2012, these are the second most common defects of all auto parts after the lighting. Let your shock absorbers and springs in a car repair shop check and replace if it threatens to hydroplaning when flaccid shock absorbers and springs also the dreaded hydroplaning occurs at much lower speed.

Get 15 per cent increase in safety the TuV noted new shock absorbers, in driving tests. Also the ABS and ESP security systems does not work properly, because the wheels have too little traction, because they can loose shock absorbers and springs press not firmly enough on the road. The fatal sequence: The braking distance increases, the vehicle hurling and spinning out of control. Higher wear on other car parts due to defective shock absorbers and springs worn out shock absorbers and springs increase”the wear and tear of tyres and other major auto parts such as brake, steering and wheel bearings, chassis expert warns Hans-Jurgen link from the world’s largest KYB shock absorber manufacturer. The tread will come out literally etched away up to 25 percent less mileage it.” The results are then expensive repair. Particularly insidious: shock absorbers and springs wear out gradually, that it the driver hardly notices.

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