My mission is to educate everyone on the recommendation of shock replacement
after 50,000 miles. Okay, so here is the legal schmegal that goes along with this....
"actual results may vary upon driver ability, vehicle type and type of driving and road
But really, replacing your shocks after 50,000 miles not only helps improve your safety,
you're also improving mine!
Squirrels understand that many vehicle owners can't easily inspect their shocks and
struts. They often can't feel the loss of steering precision, stopping performance and
stability as these components slowly wear out. But in an emergency situation, they
need their tires planted firmly on the road to help avoid an accident. That's a big part
of what new shocks and struts do – and in some small way they might even help save
a lot of us squirrels from an accidental death.
So, I will be spreading the word! You will be seeing and hearing me everywhere.
Billboards, magazines, radio and the internet. Hopefully everywhere but your tire tread.
Well, that's the idea anyway.
*Actual results may vary upon driver ability, vehicle type and type of driving and road conditions.