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Well-functioning brakes play a critical role in keeping you and those around you safe — that includes you, your passengers, pedestrians, and other drivers. Getting your brakes serviced can increase the safety of your vehicle by increasing your ability to stop on a dime and proactively maneuver to avoid collisions
Signs that you need a brake service
The brake pedal seems to be spongy or presses farther to the floor than usual
Your vehicle pulls to the right or left when you brake
Unusual noises or vibrations occur during braking
You have grinding, squeaking or squealing brakes
Your steering wheel is shaking
Your car is wobbling or pulsating when you drive at highway speeds
It’s been over a year or 12,000 miles since the last time your brakes were inspected
You’re near or past the number of miles your vehicle’s manufacturer recommends between brake fluid exchanges
The brake warning light on your dashboard comes on and stays on
Your vehicle requires longer distances to stop than it used to
The brake pedal responds slowly
The brake pedal requires excess pressure
Our technicians will inspect, repair, and replace your brake system if necessary.
Replacing your worn brake pads and/or brake shoes.
Resurfacing your brake rotors or drums
Replacing your brake fluid as needed
Check the balance of vehicle brake system
Benefits of Regular Brake Service
Higher Gas Mileage
Properly working brakes are crucial in decreasing the amount of gas you use when driving. Vehicles typically work more efficiently with well-functioning brakes, requiring less fuel to maintain optimum driving performance. Many vehicle owners find they can save substantial amounts of money just by keeping their brakes in good working order.
Regular brake maintenance is a must if you enjoy pushing your vehicle to its limits! Responsive brakes make handling tight turns a breeze, and regular service by an authorized dealer can increase your driving pleasure by improving your vehicle’s handling. Staying on top of your brake maintenance is essential when it comes to ensuring you’ll be able to handle those mountain passes and tempting straightaways with aplomb.
Well-functioning brakes play a critical role in keeping you and those around you safe — that includes you, your passengers, pedestrians, and other drivers. Getting your brakes serviced can increase the safety of your vehicle by increasing your ability to stop on a dime and proactively maneuver to avoid collisions.
Reduced Maintenance Costs
Sticking to a regular maintenance schedule is one of the easiest ways to limit the amount of money you spend on transportation over time. Regular service can keep your car in good working order and prevent you from having to deal with the cost and inconvenience of major repairs at the wrong time. Performing scheduled maintenance offers a simple yet effective way to keep your transportation expenditures under control.
Vehicles in many jurisdictions must have properly working brakes to meet state inspection requirements. Keeping your car or SUV maintained can decrease future expenditures if you choose to move to a state that requires annual inspections. Regular attention to your brakes can reduce the chance you’ll need to perform significant repairs to legally hit the road if you relocate.
Higher Resale Values
Second-hand car purchasers are often willing to pay more for well-maintained vehicles. Make sure to have your brakes serviced at an authorized dealer to ensure you’re complying with all warranty conditions. And don’t forget to keep all of your maintenance documentation — in case a potential buyer requests it in the future.
Fewer Brake Replacements
Regular maintenance can help keep your brakes functioning well for longer, which can reduce the number of times you need to service your car or SUV. Over time, it can also decrease the overall cost of owning your vehicle, as many owners find preventive maintenance extends the time between brake replacements. High-quality maintenance can often reduce long-term ownership costs.