Crash avoidance systems combine sensors and computers with Ride Control to correct unsafe driving conditions. Ride Control includes your steering, suspension, brakes and tires. Your vehicle’s computer automatically reacts to an event by controlling individual brakes, steering and drivetrain controls. However, if your Ride Control (steering, brakes, suspension and tires) aren’t in control due to wear… Your crash avoidance system may not help. Maintenance on Ride Control is critical. We are here to help and happy to answer any questions you may have. Give us a call to schedule an appointment (360) 687-5253.