Chevrolet Shows Concerns about Potholes in Recent Video

For some reason, potholes always seem to be at their worst during the spring. That is certainly true in other states where the constant freeze/thaw of winter has weakened the asphalt, but we have also noticed some nasty potholes opening up here in the Tromball area as well. Ninety percent of the time a car can roll over a pothole without issue but if you happen to hit one that is particularly deep, it can do some serious damage to the wheel and undercarriage of your vehicle.

That is why all new Chevrolet models are put through the most rigorous of road surfaces before being sold. This short video takes you right to the testing facility and shares some good advice about avoiding pothole dangers.

We suggest keeping your tires inflated to the proper PSI at all times to best defend against rogue potholes, but in the event that you do hit a big one and begin to feel a shimmy in the steering wheel, be sure to make Parkway Chevrolet your first stop. Our full auto service department is equipped to handle any job, and our professional staff would be happy to take a look and make sure your car is in perfect shape.

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