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When Is It Time For A Brake Repair?
May 12, 2020 Comments Off on When Is It Time For A Brake Repair? Brake Blog 12,722 Total Views
When needing new brakes, sometimes it can be obvious while other times it is not. Regardless, your brakes are a crucial function for your car and safety. So when is it really time for new brake pads? Here are some warning signs that you may need a brake service:
- Noise– squealing or screeching. This is an easy tell for when it’s time to take your car in for service. This noise is an indication that the brake pads wave been worn down and need to be replaced.
2.Grinding – The grinding you may be experiencing is a result of the disc and the caliper rubbing (grinding) together which can case damage and scratch your rotors.
3.Indicator Lights– In some cars, a brake light system may alert you before you experience other symptoms. Just like with any other light, it is best to service your car right away when the indicator light comes on.
4. Reduced Response – When your brakes are worn, their capabilities will fade. This can be a huge safety concern and needs to be addressed right away. As the pads get worn, the reactive time will lessen preventing you from stopping as quickly as you may need.
Brake pads are generally good between 30,000 to 35,000 miles. But, that can depend on the vehicle and the driver. Depending on a commuter verses someone who primarily drives in an urban setting will have different wear and tear on their car. The ‘riding your brakes’ type of driver would be wearing out their brakes much faster than a driver who does not. Keeping an eye out for the warning signs mentioned will allow for you to be on top of your brakes needs.
Ensuring your brakes are handled by professionals needs to be a priority. In most cases, going to a repair shop takes time and the waiting can be long. Taking time out of your busy day. With a mobile brake repair service, the waiting is over. The convenience of someone coming to you allows for you to not have to go out of your way to service your car! Stop On A Dime’s expert technicians are ready to make sure your brakes are safe and serviced properly at your convenience. Our mobile brake service makes it easier than ever to stay on top of your cars needs.
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