Selling Ride Control With Safety

Selling Ride Control With Safety

The condition of a vehicle’s shocks and struts affects the performance of other safety systems, like stability control and antilock braking.

Shocks and struts help keep the vehicle level and in control during braking, acceleration, turning and swerving on all road conditions. 

However, if your customers are under the impression that the only job of shocks and struts is to maintain a comfortable ride, that’s an opportunity for you to talk about the safety benefits of inspecting and replacing worn shocks and struts.

This video is sponsored by The Pronto Network.        

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