How a faulty suspension cause rollover incidents

By on Oct 16, 2015 in Cars | 0 comments

Rollover incidents account for many road-related incidents in the country. According to safecar.gov, 2.1% of the nearly 9.1 million car crashes that happened in 2010 were rollovers. Tragically, 35% of passenger deaths, or more than 7,600 fatalities, have been associated with rollovers in the same year. Although almost all types of cars could be involved in a rollover incident, narrower and taller vehicles are more likely to tip over because of higher center of gravity. Taller and narrower vehicles should not be the only ones insured. Even wider, smaller vehicles should be covered, because they too could be vulnerable to roll over incidents. This can be especially true if your vehicle has a faulty suspension system. A car’s suspension system is integral in preventing rollover accidents. Car suspension is a system of shock absorbers, springs, and coils that interact with the car’s...