Brake FAQ’s

Our free comprehensive brake inspection is to ensure your brakes are functioning correctly and to detect any problems that could lead to braking failure. A report detailing the condition of your vehicles brakes, will be documented with a no obligation quote for any work required.

Should any of them need replacement or repair, we’ve got all the parts necessary to bring your brakes back to manufacturer standards.

As part of every Brake Inspection, we check these brake parts:

· Brake fluid

· Pads

· Discs

· Drums

· Shoes

· Cylinders

· Calipers

· Handbrake cables

· Sensors

· Brake pedal operation

· Brake hoses

· Brake pipes

Whenever you apply the brake, heat is emitted particularly during excessive braking and emergency braking, this tells the cylinders to supply brake fluid to your calipers so they can power your brake pads. Pressure from your brake pads is then applied to your discs, providing the right amount of friction necessary to bring your vehicle to a safe and precise stop.

Brake pads press against your discs creating the friction necessary to bring your car to a precise stop.

After pressing down on the brake pedal, brake fluid makes its way to your calipers through your brake hose. When the fluid reaches each caliper, your brake pads are then activated.

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