What happens if you drive with damp shock absorbers?
The shock absorbers have the function of getting the tires to be in continuous contact with the asphalt. Therefore a damper in poor condition means less grip on the road, lack of control, instability and an increase in braking dystacia.
What is the replacement interval of the shock absorbers?
The wear of the shock absorbers depends a lot on their fatigue to which they are subjected (such as the way of driving and the type of surface on which it is circulated) with which the replacement intervals can vary but as a general rule they must be changed every 60,000 or 80,000 km.
How often do I have to check the shock absorbers and suspension?
The revision is indicated by the manufacturer and has been included in the elements to be controlled with the different revisions of the maintenance of the vehicle. On average, revisions should be carried out every 20,000 km.