Your brakes are the first line of defense when driving. When something just doesn't feel right, you should have the brake system checked by a professional. Regular inspections can help prevent a large brake repair bill down the line.

When you step on the brake pedal, hydraulic pressure is used to press the friction materials (brake pads or shoes) onto the stopping surface (brake rotor or drum)

New car brake pads and rotors

WARNING SIGNS

If you experience any of the following, it's time to get your brakes inspected as soon as possible

  • squealing or grinding when braking
  • pulling to one side when braking
  • vibration or pulsing in the brake pedal
  • pedal travels further than normal
  • brake light on dashboard stays on or is flashing

Having a safe, reliable braking system is extremely important. Any brake inspection needs to look at the most common areas: brake pads and rotors, brake calipers and brake lines (including hoses) and emergency brake function.

We will take the time to explain the condition of your vehicle and how you can repair it affordably.

Are you experiencing brake trouble?

Contact us today to arrange your brake inspection!