How Bad Roads are Damaging Your Car
Everyday Traveling Takes A Toll On Your Car
If you’re like most people, you probably take your car for granted. After all, it’s just a way to get from point A to point B, right? Well, that may be true–but there is more to it than that. To start with, bad roads can damage your car and increase the likelihood of an accident. More importantly though, did you know that driving on rough roads costs drivers hundreds of dollars per year due to increased fuel consumption and lower tire life?
For starters, let’s talk about what happens when cars go over bumpy or pothole-ridden surfaces: suspension parts wear out quicker; everything gets damaged from all of that shaking; and the tires are constantly running over bumps, which causes more wear on treads.
On top of that, these bad roads put a lot of stress on your car–especially if you’re in an area with lots of potholes or rough patches. This increased stress can lead to problems like cracked engines! And even worse: it could cause an accident as well! If you think about it this way, driving around the city is actually really dangerous for cars because there are so many pockets where they’ll hit something. It’s no wonder then why drivers pay $200 extra per year due to fuel consumption and lower tire life from being forced to drive over damaged surfaces rather than smooth ones – not including how much money goes towards fixing all the damages.
Driving on the bad road is also annoying and inconvenient. You probably already know that if you have a flat tire, it’s much easier to change it when there isn’t some huge rock in the way. What might not be as easy is changing out your engine or fender without constantly hitting against rocks and potholes!
Holland Asphalt Company takes care of your roads so that yu drive safely and comfortably.