If you’re a car enthusiast, then chances are you’ve dreamed about having a lowered car. From seeing them in car movies to seeing them in actual car races or even on a day-to-day basis, we’re sure we all find it super cool to have a lowered car. It just looks sleek and dope, don’t you think? However, though a lowered car may look nice, some of us are pretty wary because of a few cons that are attached to this car modification. Don’t believe us? Then check out our list below.
When you live in the Metro, you always need to be on the look out for floods. Also, it’s inconvenient because when you have a flat tire, the standard jack can’t be used on it.
Let’s not forget to mention the hassle you receive from simply passing through high established humps along the road where you would need to slowly position your car just to get by.
Causes damage to car parts
If you get it done by a non-professional, they might lower your car too much. And when it’s lowered too much, then chances are you’ll be ruining some of your car’s parts. Moreover, it can also result to premature tire wear, which will be super expensive in the long run.
Yup, if your car is too low then you’ll get to feel every vibration there is. Though it might be exciting at first, it’s actually not a nice feeling in the long run.
It can tamper your warranty
If your car is still new, then chances are it’s still under warranty. Modifying your car can result to voiding your warranty. So, better read the documents you signed when you bought your car to check.