If the back is lower than the front, does that mean I need to change the strut? on 1997 Ford Taurus

My car seems to be very low then normal, when going over bumps I can hear the car scrapping the road. Do I need to change the strut bearing? I know that my car should not be this low. Please help!

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Do you have anything heavy in the trunk? How long have you owned
this car? Did this happen all at once? Is suspension stock?
No nothing heavy in the back practically nothing at all. It looks very low. I haven't had this car long but I can tell the difference from the car being lower than the normal. Sorry, I'm not to familiar with the mechanical lingo.....what is a suspension stock?
STOCK MEANS AS IT CAME FROM FACTORY. IT COULD HAVE AN AFTER MARKET
AIR SUSPENSION KIT INSTALLED WHICH IF NOT WORKING PROPERLY COULD
CAUSE THIS PROBLEM. TAKE THE CAR TO A SHOP AND HAVE A MECHANIC CHECK IT!!!
have it ck'd it could be several issues that cause this or poss struts are blown out
What would struts cost to be repaired? I got a quote of around 300 to 500 is that true?
Older Taurses are known for broken springs. I don't think your car is scraping the road, more likely the tires are scraping the wheel well. There are several companies that make a complete strut, mount and spring assembly for replacement. Will run you about 700-1000.
Ok, I got a quote for 300 - 500 to replace the struts is that true? What is a wheel well?
THE CAVITY WHERE WHEEL AND TIRE SITS.