History shows that great innovations stand the test of time. Over the years, Monroe has been committed to product quality, customer satisfaction and new product technology. This commitment is a tradition that dates back to the early 1900's when small improvements were done on a simple tire pump.
Understanding the Safety Triangle™
Interconnected undercar parts that effect a driver's ability to avoid accidents
What is the Safety Triangle Inspection?
The Safety Triangle Inspection checks critical interconnected system components that control steering, stopping and stability. Going beyond tires and brakes to include shocks, struts, springs, tie rod ends, ball joints and a host of other suspension and chassis parts, the Safety Triangle is vital to a driver's ability to avoid accidents. Just one worn part could diminish vehicle control and compromise safety.
For your safety, have a complete Safety Triangle Inspection every time your vehicle is brought in for tire, brake or alignment service.
Shocks help distribute your car's weight over all four tires, improving handling during turns.
Brakes and shocks work together to help your vehicle stop sooner, by minimizing weight transfer to the front wheels.
Shocks and tires work together to help maximize tire-to-road contact, improving vehicle stability.