Most autos utilize an axle system with CV (constant velocity) joints connecting the transmission to the drive axles and wheels. The CV joints are protected by rubber or plastic boots to keep lubricant in and water and debris out. If one of these boots cracks or breaks allowing the CV joint to dry or corrode the axle itself may break. Vibration in the front end of a car when turning or oil on the inner wheel are signs that a CV joint may be damaged. Contact Cedar Bluff Auto Care for an inspection and put any axle worries to rest.