Closeup detail of the wheel assembly on a modern automobile. The rim is removed showing the front rotor and caliper.

The vehicle will need to be inspected on a regular basis. This helps to ensure everything is working correctly. Your car is an important part to ensure you get to and from your destination, school, or work, so you will want to make sure you keep it maintained properly. If you do not know when the vehicle should be looked at, make sure to contact us. We will tell you what the schedule should be for your vehicle based on the make, model, and how often you drive.

Always be aware of any odd noises that you might hear from the vehicle. This should include grinding, squealing, or anything else out of the norm. The noises can indicate that the parts are starting to wear out. When these are ignored, then further damage can happen to your vehicle. The brake pads and brake rotors will need to be inspected regularly. This will help to determine when new pads or rotors will be needed. The brake fluid will also need to be inspected, to ensure it helps the brakes to work. If you notice a leak, bring the vehicle in as soon as possible so we can fix it.

You may also notice issues by the brake pedal. The pedal that is too soft or hard to apply can be an issue. This is because the brakes have worn and no long work as they should be. Another sign you might notice is if the brake pedal vibrates when you apply it. This can cause the brakes not to grab and stop the vehicle as they should. If you notice any issue with how your vehicle handles, schedule an appointment. When you apply the brakes, the vehicle may swerve to one side or the other. You will want to bring the vehicle in so we can inspect the full brake system for you.