Your vehicle's steering and suspension is designed to maximize the friction between your tires and the road, to provide steering stability, good handling, and to ensure comfort. Since your suspension is ground zero when it comes to road abuse, the parts wear out, and even break. Steering and suspension systems are a key safety related system and should be checked regularly, at least one a year and usually with a wheel alignment. It is critical to have your steering and suspension system components checked if you experience uneven tire wear, excessive noise, vibration or bouncing, loss of control, or if the vehicle pulls to one site. Several factors can affect your suspension system including driving habits, vehicle type, type of steering and suspension system, operating conditions such as potholes in the road, and more. Let Kansas Tire, Auto & Diesel Service, in Parsons, Kansas inspect your steering and suspension system today.