First of all, they aren't springs, they're suspension, and second of all, if you don't have suspension on your car then the car will get damaged internally and the ride would be very bumpy and uncomfortable. So, your car really needs its "springs."
Radiator Springs is the town, but it's not a real place.
used to absorb shocks.
Suspension- the springs that support the cars weight.
in radioter springs
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No. Radiator Springs is a fictional town on the real Route 66. While Radiator Springs somewhat resembles the Route 66 town of Peach Springs, AZ, it is most likely a composite of many small towns along Route 66.
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Springs are used to store mechanical energy. Tension/extension springs get longer as force is applied (seen in trampoline springs), compression springs get shorter as force is applied (seen in bed springs), and torsion springs rotate through an angle as force is applied (seen in clocks).