If the engine is the heart of your vehicle, then we would agree that the driving axles are the arms and legs. Why?
The driving axle is a critical part of your vehicle, allowing it to move freely down the road. A driving axle is powered by the transmission connected to the heart of the vehicle - the engine. Some vehicles have their driving axle in the front of the vehicle, some have a rear driving axle. Sometimes there are both front and rear driving axles, and that is known as "all-wheel drive".
The driving axle is a complex piece of equipment. Just like your arms and legs, there are several interconnecting systems that provide the driving axle with power, control its movement, and adapt to the vehicle to make your ride safe and simple.
Driving axles are such an important function to your vehicle, yet often taken for granted. Over time, they can wear out or get damaged during use. When this happens, it can cause your vehicle’s transmission to stop working and there will be nothing to power the axles. Most importantly, a faulty driving axle can cause you to lose control of your vehicle, putting your life and the lives of your passengers at risk.
Every so often your body needs a full, routine check-up, and so does your vehicle. To ensure the health of your vehicle, schedule a check-up with the trusted professionals at Right Way Auto. As a locally owned, family operated business, Right Way Auto is dedicated to providing the highest quality of work to our family of clients. Our mechanics take the time to examine your vehicle, providing a thorough inspection - top to bottom, inside and out. Safety on the roads is our number one priority.
Book your vehicle’s next check-up today. Call us at (905) 381-9285. If you want it done the right way, check out Right Way Auto today!