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Monroe's Technical Support will help you find answers to the most frequently asked product and installation questions and provide invaluable technical training information. If you need additional information or assistance, Monroe's Ride Control Technical Assistance Team can assist you.
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What is Ride Control? What is the difference between shock absorbers and struts? How many miles do shocks and struts last? Find immediate answers to our most frequently asked questions.

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How is your steering control when driving on an uneven surface? Do you feel a loss of steering precision and stability? Here are signs your vehicle needs new shocks and struts.

Uneven tire wear? Tires should wear evenly across the entire surface of the tread. Be aware of wear indicators and their possible causes.

Understanding Vehicle Dynamics and Suspension System Fundamentals.

The most enduring memories of the winter just might be the millions of potholes that continue to dish out punishment to drivers and passengers across the U.S. and Canada. But abominable road conditions can cause more than just a bone-rattling ride; they can also damage important steering and suspension components, including shock absorbers and struts.