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Q: It feels like my two front tires are flat

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Why does it feel like I a flat when driving

A: Low tire pressure or sometimes the tires th...

Low tire pressure or sometimes the tires themselves can contribute to this feeling. A softer sidewall will flex and feel like the tire is rolling on its side. Sometimes worn suspension components, like struts or shocks can cause that mushy feeling. Have a trained professional inspect your suspension and tires in order to let you know how to best resolve this issue.

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