Can you drive with broken shock absorber?
Can you drive without shock?
How bad is it to drive on a blown shock?
How far can you drive on bad shocks?
Can I drive without a front shock?
Can I drive with a broken spring?
What do bad shocks feel like?
Can you drive with bad shocks and struts?
How do you temporarily fix shocks?
How long do shocks last?
What noise do bad shocks make?
How much does it cost to replace shocks on a car?
The average total cost to replace a pair of shocks will run about $250 to $580. An individual shock absorber will cost around $50 to $140 so parts alone will set you back between $100 and $280. A couple hours of labor to do the job is an additional $150 to $300.
What happens when your body goes into shock from pain?
Do shocks wear out?
When should I replace my shocks?
How do you know if you’re in shock?
What should you do if someone is in shock?
Keep the person still and don’t move him or her unless necessary. Begin CPR if the person shows no signs of life, such as not breathing, coughing or moving. Loosen tight clothing and, if needed, cover the person with a blanket to prevent chilling. Don’t let the person eat or drink anything.
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