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Most consumers won't automatically ask for a ride control inspection when they bring their vehicles in for an alignment, brake work or new tires. Yet many, if not most, of the vehicles in your shop could benefit from the enhanced steering, stopping and stability that come with replacing worn shocks and struts.
How do you communicate this need to your customers? Begin by emphasizing the Motorist Assurance Program's (MAP) 50,000 miles / 80 000 kilometers ride control replacement recommendation*. Tell your customers that this important service benchmark isn't simply about their driving comfort - new ride control components also help deliver more precise steering, shorter stopping distance, and reduced vehicle pitch and roll under a variety of driving conditions.
For more information about Monroe's exclusive 4 More program, contact your local Monroe representative.
*Actual mileage may vary depending on driver ability, vehicle type and the type of driving and road conditions.
It ain't easy being a squirrel these days. Acorn prices through the roof, trees being foreclosed and people driving around with worn shocks.
My mission is to educate everyone on the recommendation of shock replacement after 50,000 miles / 80 000 km. 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 conditions."
But really, replacing your shocks after 50,000 miles / 80 000 km not only helps improve your safety, you're also improving mine!