The true power of your car does not rely solely on how far it could go. It is not always about the horse power, the gas mileage, and even the exterior design. This could be all that should matter if roads are continually flat and smooth. But that is not the case. Roads are usually scarred by rough patches of uneven asphalt and scattered pieces of rocks. Then there is this thing called a "hump" which society invented to create necessary hurdles along the road. For all of these, the car should be about good suspensions. And more importantly, it should be able to provide steering stability with good handling and to ensure the comfort of the passengers. A bump on the road causes the wheel to move up and down perpendicular to the road surface. This unnecessary event will cause the car wheel to experience a vertical acceleration. Without an intervening structure, all of wheel's vertical energy is transferred to the frame, which moves in the same direction. In such a situation, the wheels can lose contact with the road completely. Then, under the downward force of gravity the wheels can slam back into the road surface. What you need is a system that will absorb the energy of the vertically accelerated wheel, allowing the frame and body to ride undisturbed while the wheels follow bumps in the road. A car's suspension, with its various components, provide all of the solutions. There are three fundamental components in any suspension: the springs, the dampers and the anti-sway bars. The coil springs are the most common type of spring, given that there are four basic spring designs. It is also, in essence, a heavy-duty torsion bar coiled around an axis. It will compress and expand in order to absorb the motion of the wheels. VW offers top-notch quality VW coil springs and suspension parts. The VW coil springs are known for its durability and efficiency in avoiding any wobble from the car for every sharp turn or stop. They are designed to act in a torsion when compressed or extended. VW coils springs and the VW coil overs come hand-in-hand to provide the expected functionality that your car needs. More than the comfortable ride that the VW coil springs provide, it secures drive train parts that are critical in car handling. In most cases, too much bounce that jolts the Volkswagen chassis can affect the transmission of torque every time that the Volkswagen hug curves. Drive shaft parts like the strut assembly and constant velocity joints, which are essential in maintaining car stability on the road, are attached to the car chassis through mounts and boots. With the bounce lessened by an up to specs VW coil springs, the VW drive train parts remain fixed on the chassis and their performance is not compromised. Since the VW coil springs are notably the most affected areas in the suspension system of your car, they are also more prone to damage. They absorb impact that every sudden motion of your wheels make, and they have to contract and expand. One must always check the state of his coil springs. Look into the wheelwells of the car where the coils springs are located, and make sure that they still look as superb as before. Otherwise, it is time to get the most trusted VW coil springs. Because for almost 80 years of car perfection, VW understands one's car best.