50,000 Mile / 80,000 Km Recommendation
WHAT DOES YOUR ODOMETER READ?
GET YOUR SHOCKS CHECKED AT 50,000 MILES / 80,000 KILOMETRES
EXPERTS RECOMMEND AUTOMOTIVE SHOCKS AND STRUTS BE INSPECTED AT 50,000 MILES / 80,000 KILOMETRES
Ride control components wear out due to everyday driving and a variety of load and road conditions
  • Shocks and struts may not show any visible signs of wear, but internal components may be past their useful life which could affect your steering, stopping and stability
  • Typical shocks and struts “stroke” an average of 1,750 cycles per mile - that’s 21 million cycles per 12,000 miles / 19,300 kilometres!
  • Shocks and struts are susceptible to additional wear caused by heavy use and severe road / environmental conditions
  • Ride control components interact with - and depend on - other key steering and suspension parts
MONROE SHOCKS & STRUTS:50,000 Mile / 80,000 Km Recommendation
MONROE SHOCKS & STRUTS: 50,000 MILES
MONROE SHOCKS & STRUTS: 80,000 KILOMETRES
PROTECT WHAT MATTERS
Protect your safety and enhance your driving experience by ensuring the proper performance of your vehicle’s shocks and struts and other key undercar components.
MONROE SHOCKS & STRUTS: PROTECT WHAT MATTERS
How Shocks and Struts Wear Out
New shocks help keep your vehicle’s tires in contact with the road, improving stopping, handling and safety.
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Symptoms of Wear
Like most safety-critical chassis components, shocks and struts wear out so gradually over the course of normal operation that the negative effects - reduced steering precision, stopping performance and/or vehicle stability - might not be easily recognized in normal driving conditions.
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What Role Shocks Play
Shocks and struts not only improve ride comfort but are necessary for safe handling.
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Safety Triangle
Tires, brakes and ride control work together to provide the proper steering, stopping and stability with which every vehicle is designed.
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