Are you that car that everyone stares at when you pull up to a stop sign or light? Nancy explains why you should have your brakes tested and what your auto technician checks out when you come for a complimentary brake inspection!
Are you that embarrassing car when pulling to a stop? Everyone’s staring at you because of that ear-piercing nails on a chalkboard sound. Hi, I’m Nancy at Kneble’s Auto Service Center. The braking systems are an extremely important component in your vehicle. It can be the difference between avoiding an accident or being in one. We here at Kneble’s Auto Service Center will perform a complimentary brake evaluation if you notice any issue with your brakes.
Now with this service, we will remove your tires in order to examine the condition of the brake pads or shoes, and the brake drums or the rotors depending on the design of your vehicle. Now, understand that new brake pads measure about 10 to 12 millimeters, so if we find your brake pads measure three millimeters in thickness, then we’re going to recommend replacing them. Don’t forget you have brakes in the front and in the rear of your vehicle. Other components of the braking systems evaluated are the caliber, the hoses and wheel speed sensor, and the hardware kits, which all should be assessed for the condition and the function.
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