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When it comes to the things some people do to their cars it never ceases to amaze me, while at the same time it completely baffles my mind. Today for example, while walking my dog, I watched a car go by that was so high off the ground, that I didn’t know if it was going to just pass me by, or if it was going to try and take off into the air and fly the friendly skies. All joking aside, it’s important to note that this in fact can be and is a safety hazard that puts not only that vehicle, but other vehicles at risk as well.

When a vehicle is raised up too high, it not only causes people to stare but it can bounce a lot more, and when you intentionally make it bounce, this can wear you cars shocks out. Also, if you speed in one of these vehicles and are forced to come to a sudden or unexpected stop, you can guarantee that you will increase your chances of a serious accident by either ramming into the car in front of you, or your vehicle could even flip over. Also, by having a car at a very high up level, you run the risk of damaging the front of your vehicle as it smashes into the ground.

Now, let’s talk about what happens to the tires. Cars and car tires in general are greatly affected by many different things, such as; where you drive them, what kind of tires you have, and how fast you go. Thus, if you decide to drive your high off the ground ride all in a pot-hole filled area, even going at a slower speed, you should better believe that it will cost you an arm and a leg to keep having to replace the tires. This can be and is rather costly, because you can’t simply fill up the tires time and time again, because after a while or even not that long after, it won’t support the vehicle, because the tires can’t keep going.

So, the lesson to be learned is that it’s a waste of time and money to put yourself at risk with a car that’s too high off the ground. You may also draw unwanted attention from the police. Therefore, stay level with your vehicle and you’ll stay safe when you drive.

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