In your post-St. Patrick’s day fog you probably weren’t thinking about your car’s suspension, were you? No, you were too busy swaying in a bar to give even a passing thought to your sway bar. Too busy strutting your stuff to worry about your struts. Tying one on instead of worrying about your tie rods. We just hope you didn’t do anything too shocking (and that your cab fare wasn’t too much).
But now might be the perfect time to start thinking about your suspension. See, here in New England, the space between winter and summer is filled by something we call “Mud Season.” In Mud Season, even a simple Sunday drive can turn into your own personal rally sport event. Maybe you have something like that where you are. Well, if so, you could start practicing your heel-toeing, hand brake turns and your Scandinavian flicks (whatever those are), or you could just make sure your car is in tip-top form for any kind of road conditions.
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