Does your car like to bottom out every time that you have to drive over a pothole or any large bump, for that matter? You can more than likely stop bouncing by replacing your VW Golf Shocks! These can influence how your vehicle handles at all times while you are driving, not only when going over large holes. In fact, without them, your car would bounce up and down consistently, the entire time that you were driving, even if it was down the smoothest of roads. All brands provide this resistance by forcing what is called hydraulic fluid (basically oil) through the valves of the piston as it is moving up and down.
It only allows a small amount of this fluid to be pushed through, resulting in the resistance of a car's movement. But this can cause another issue that is called foaming.
Basically, it means that air bubbles can form in the oil and greatly affect how your vehicle handles. The difference between regular and premium VW Golf Shocks instead of the extra air getting in, it is replaced with pressurized nitrogen gas which prevents the air bubbles from forming.
If you are not sure about which ones you need for your particular car, contact a member from are live support team for help.Someone is here 24/7, via our website or toll-free number, to ensure that you get the exact parts that you need! We will also meet or beat any one of our competitors' prices on the same VW Golf Shocks, or any other product that we sell! Order new ones today!