Your trusted neighborhood shop of choice for dependable and secure brake services.
We provide a Thorough Quality comprehensive brake inspection with Pictures and complete report.
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During a test drive, we meticulously evaluate the functionality of your car and brake system. This crucial step aids in diagnosing any unusual noises that may arise during braking or in response to bumps.
Our skilled mechanics conduct a comprehensive inspection of your vehicle's brake pads, hoses, and brake fluid, among other key components. We take great care to document the mechanic's findings throughout the process, ensuring every detail is carefully examined for your safety and peace of mind.
Our service goes beyond simply checking and topping off fluids or adjusting tire pressure. We provide a detailed report including images that outline our inspection results. In the event that your vehicle requires brake repairs, if these are conducted at our repair shop on the same day as the inspection, we are pleased to waive the inspection fee for you.
Common brake issues often present well-recognized symptoms like a shaky steering wheel or a squeaky noise. Most of us are familiar with these signs and understand that they indicate a brake problem and a need to check the brakes. However, there are also numerous other, perhaps less apparent, signals your brakes might be giving you that should not be overlooked. When it comes to brakes, paying attention to the following warning signs is vital:
Brakes are inherently subject to wear and tear. The brake pads exert friction against the brake disc to halt your vehicle. They are typically the first elements to show signs of wear. If you notice any issues with your new pads or your braking system, it’s crucial to have your brake pads checked as a priority.
However, a comprehensive inspection can reveal deeper-rooted issues, as well as distinguish between what can be repaired and what needs to be replaced. Brake pad replacement stands as the most frequently performed repair task for automotive brake systems.
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Routine brake service inspections are key to detecting potential issues or brake problems early on. As a general rule, it’s recommended to have your brakes inspected at least once a year or every 12,000 miles. However, if you frequently drive in stop-and-go traffic or traverse hilly terrains, it’s advisable to have them checked more frequently or during routine maintenance.
Brake fluid is a hydraulic fluid that is formulated with chemicals to shield against corrosion. However, these chemicals can wear over time, diminishing their protective abilities. As a general guideline, it’s recommended to replace the brake fluid every 30,000 miles or every two years. But it’s essential to recognize that various types of brake fluid may have differing service intervals. Therefore, we strongly recommend referring to your own vehicle owner’s manual to obtain precise guidance or visit Blu Automotive and we’ll be happy to check your brake fluid.
With over 25 years of Brake Service experience our team of brake repair experts know just how to fix them. Whether it’s squeaky brakes, worn-out brake pads, or any other issue, we’ve seen it all and know how to get your brakes back in top shape. When you bring your vehicle to us, you can trust that we’ll provide reliable and efficient brake repair. Safety is our top priority, and we’ll make sure your brakes are working perfectly to keep you and your passengers safe on the road. Still have more questions? Visit our dedicated page to frequently asked questions about our brake service.
Contact Blu Automotive today to learn more.