Brake Service & Repair

Brake Pads

The most common type of brake repairs for your vehicle are brake pad replacements. A disc brake system the use of calipers that grips the brake rotors in order to stop the car or truck. Pads help provide a cushion for the process, which helps reduce wear and tear on your vehicles rotors. If you notice any changes in the amount of pressure required stop, your brake pads are likely worn out. A slight vibration can also be noticeable. You may hear squeaking or a squealing noise when you apply your vehicle brakes. These are signs that your brake pads need to be replace, so you should make an appointment or drop by to have them check out.

Vehicle  Rotors

If you don't maintain your cars brake pads, you will wear out your cars rotors more quickly. Worn out  rotors can significantly affect your ability to slow down or stop your vehicle when you need to. It will feel as if you are pumping your brakes when  you are trying to slow down your vehicle, due to air in your brake system as a result of the worn rotors. In addition, worn out rotors can affect your ability to maintain control of your car. The rotors have become warped because they do not wear evenly when the pads are worn, and this also affects your entire suspension system.

Your  vehicle's steering wheel may vibrate so vigorously that you could lose your grip on the wheel, or the steering can be affected by the vibrations. Braking your vehicle when you are driving fast can also be affected by  the shaking and the shuddering of the suspension, which could put you at risk of having a car accident. Replacing the rotors is one of more expensive types of a vehicle brake repairs, and maintaining your cars brake pads will help prevent premature wear on rotors.


Your vehicle brake fluid is part of a hydraulic system that causes compression of the brake fluid when you apply your car brakes, which allows the calipers, with the aid of the brake pads, grip the rotor to slow down your vehicle. A similar vehicles system is utilized in the case of drum brakes, in which the brake fluid compresses allows the brake shoe to press against the brake drum, slowing down your vehicle.

Moisture can get into your cars brake lines, and the water, unlike the brake fluid, water becomes steamy when heated. The water vapor does not work as well for compression as the brake fluid, which can affect your braking performance.