The main risk associated with driving a Volkswagen car with a Lower Arm problem is that it could fail without warning, resulting in a loss of control of the vehicle. This could lead to an accident or other unsafe driving situations. The lower arm is a critical part of the suspension system and is responsible for keeping the vehicle’s wheels in contact with the road. If it fails, it can cause the wheels to ‘treadlightly’ or even completely lose contact with the ground, resulting in a loss of control. Additionally, worn or damaged components of the lower arm can cause an uneven tire pressure, which can lead to uneven wear on the tires, resulting in decreased performance and possibly even blowouts.