Your vehicle’s axle connects two wheels together in the front and back. While bearing the load of your vehicle, this component acts like a central shaft and maintains the wheel positions relative to each other and the body of the vehicle. The axle depends on the intended use of the vehicle, trucks and off-road vehicles come with axles that keep the wheel positions steady under heavy stress (ideal for supporting heavy loads), while conventional axles are made to satisfy the needs of the general consumer. Regardless of the vehicle you drive, your axle must carry the weight of your vehicle, including any cargo, along with the force of acceleration between you and the ground. You can count on use for professional, knowledgeable axle inspection services. Bring your car to Progressive Automotive and rest assured that equipment carrying you and your family is safe and secure.