Keep Yourself Safe With Good Brakes

It's vital to keep your brakes in good working order because while driver assist technology is great, brakes are the most important safety feature you can have. If you don’t keep your brakes up to par, you could be endangering your safety, the safety of your passengers, and other drivers on the road. You should have your brakes checked often to ensure that you catch any issues before they escalate and one of the best ways to do this is to have your tires rotated every six months so your technician can spot any excessive wear.

While that is the recommendation, you should get them serviced sooner if any problems arise at any point. Your car will warn you if there's something wrong and warning signs include a light on your dashboard, a squealing or grinding noise, spongy or slow-responding brakes, and a shuddering in your steering wheel and vehicle when applying the brakes. If you think that you should repair your brakes, it's best to make an appointment with our service team soon to make sure that your brakes are doing their job and are keeping you safe. Our team has years of training and can spot problems before they become critical, so don’t hesitate to reach out to us with any concerns that you may have.

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