Drive Shafts can be found on rear-wheel-drive cars or four-wheel drive cars. The driveshaft is responsible for transferring torque and engine rotation into vehicle motion when you’re driving. This means that it helps to deliver power to the engine and gears which helps turn the wheels of the vehicle. The driveshaft also helps to stop the vehicle making it an indispensable part of any vehicle. 

A failed or damaged driveshaft will immediately stop your car and will also damage the engine and the braking system. Hence if you notice any signs of damage to the driveshaft you should get it replaced immediately. Conducting regular servicing for your driveshaft is also a good idea to make sure it’s always in top-notch condition.