Answer: CV joint boots should be inspected whenever you have a routine service completed on your vehicle, such as brake jobs, alignment jobs, or oil changes. This regular inspection can extend the life of your CV joint and driveshaft. The rubber joint boots are visible under your vehicle so you can also periodically check it yourself. If it appears worn to damaged in any way, have it inspected and replaced if necessary.
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