When the car hit the pathole, many car owners don't check out the undercarriage damages. Undercarriage damage of your car depends on the deep of pathole. When your car dips down into the pathole, then the undercarriage can easily contact with the hard surface of the pavement that can cause fluid leakage, dents, punctures and rust the parking places. A quick glance unable to reveal the actual problem of undercarriage damages, but the fluid leakge is more enough to underneath the issie. If you suspect such signs in your car after hit a deep pathole, then take it any trained technician before it becomes a serious and costly problem.
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When you hit a pathole that can cause uneven wear, tire damage, flat tires, make your car sidewalls an abnormal bulge or bubble and slow leaking puncture. As the patholes have a hard edge that can compress the tire against the wheel , slicing the rubber or snapping the belt. The patholes damage signs of your tire could indicate that the inner lining of your car has been damaged. Make sure that your tires are always inflated correctly and before your tires lead to costly reapir inspect it from a technician as soon as