Every time you press on the brake pedal to slow your car down, a lot of engineering wonders occur instantly. However, a minor mechanical problem can compromise the entire braking system. For example, loose discs and calipers might place excessive strain on the brake pads. A leak in hydraulic brake fluid could essentially disable your vehicle's entire braking system. This important fluid is also prone to contamination with copper and other metallic elements, acids and harmful chemicals. In most cases, you might not be able to detect such problems without some input from a certified automotive mechanic. Such a professional also has the knowledge to select the right hardware for your vehicle's brakes. Keep in mind that an annual safety inspection requires the braking system to meet strict requirements.
Call our auto service department today to arrange an appointment for brake inspection, replacement or repair at affordable prices for labor and parts.
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