The strut in a vehicle, is an important part of the suspension system. The strut is attached only to the front wheels, and has the ability to absorb road shock, which provides the driver and the passenger with a smooth ride. These struts can be found in almost every vehicle's front vehicles, whereas, many older cars feature strut in all four wheels. The strut today offer shock absorption, and provide the vehicle with an added spring support. As in vehicles the front is the part where the engine is located, and tends to be heavy, which is where these struts come in; and they help save the engine from a shock too. These struts are installed near the wheels, and are in a cylinder form. When the vehicle hits a bump, the pistons that are present inside the cylinder move up and down with more stability. Offer the vehicle more stability too. These struts are perfect for vehicles that have to drive on bumpy roads, as it will make the drive feel more smooth and easy.