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High-performance composite materials are now being researched extensively for use in aerospace and industrial applications. The standards for composite materials have increased as a result of increasing energy & environmental considerations, in addition increased in electronics and other on-board vehicle structures. As the car industry becomes more competitive and innovative, traditional vehicles are being modified with modern and improved material products. Vehicle suspension systems are another field where these advancements are made on a regular basis. Leaf springs are also one of the first suspension systems being used in vehicles today. Because of it highest stability, high tensile strength, low weight, high chemical resistance, high temperature tolerance, and low thermal expansion, the vehicle industry is increasingly interested in replacing steel leaf springs through fibre composite leaf springs consisting of carbon fibre. The aim of this research is to find out whether carbon fibre combined with jute fibre is suitable for use in vehicle leaf springs. Mechanical experiments were used to examine the composite leaf spring in the study.