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Q: Car shaking when driving

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My Toyota Camry shakes when I drive it.

A: Hello! There are a few reasons in which a c...

Hello! There are a few reasons in which a car may experience shaking. However, the most common cases are caused by suspension faults such as bad axles, bent rims, or tire imbalance. I strongly suggest having the suspension inspected to address any potential issues.

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