Don’t Risk Your Safety: Replace Car Bonnet Shocks at Your Home
Imagine having to top up the oil or cooling fluid of your vehicle while on holiday, and the worst disaster ever occurs. The wind blows and down comes the hood onto your head. Don’t think it can happen? What about driving on the highway and the next thing you know the bonnet is folded over the window? Still sounds unlikely, right? It’s a real possibility if the car bonnet shocks are worn or damaged, but it’s the least likely scenario if we have fitted new car bonnet shocks onto your vehicle, and here’s why:
- Professional installation at your premises.
- Two-year warranty, testimony to the quality you can expect.
- Custom fitting of the bonnet shocks according to your car’s make and model.
- Specialised and patented machinery to facilitate precision fitting of the struts.
We have a successful track record of installations on 98% of the vehicle makes in South Africa. When it comes to experience and workmanship, we also set the benchmark. Best of all, we come to your business or home premises. You don’t have to risk driving with a vehicle that has worn struts.
Vehicle dealerships trust us to repair, upgrade and fit car bonnet shocks for vehicles sold on the shop floor. The same applies to auto repair centres. Our prices are competitive by any standard. Consider the convenience of having a trained person who has extensive experience in the fitting of car bonnet shocks complete the project at your home or office, and you have even more reason to make use of our services in Gauteng.
How Do You Know When it’s Time to Replace the Struts?
As with all vehicle components that are constantly used, the hood struts wear out over time, especially if you often drive off-road, where sand particles can build up on components, and where bumpy roads can test components to their limits. You know it’s time to replace old-style or worn struts if the bonnet:
- Closes on its own without adding slight pressure from the top.
- Stays in the closed position even after you have pulled the open lever or have pushed the relevant button.
- Slowly slides down from the maximum open position and cannot stay open.
- Cannot stay in the closed position without force from the top to keep it in place.
- Suddenly shuts.
- Doesn’t open in a controlled manner.
If you have noticed any of the above-mentioned signs, don’t delay. Let our specialists replace your car bonnet shocks at your premises. Get in touch for a quote on professional service, at a competitive price.