The braking system is one of the most important systems in your entire vehicle. It doesn’t matter what you drive, you need to know that your brakes are going to bring you to a stop when you hit that pedal. Anytime any component of your braking system is compromised due to wear and tear or damage, it can put the overall safety of your vehicle in jeopardy. At Getz Automotive your safety and the safety of your vehicle is always the most important thing to us.
The best way to prevent brake failure is by having your braking system inspected and serviced on a regular basis. By allowing an expert technician to thoroughly inspect your brakes, you will be able to catch and repair potential problems before you wind up in a detrimental situation. When you choose Getz Automotive for brakes service we will check your system for problems including worn down or damaged parts and leaks.
Brake service from Getz Automotive puts you in the position to feel confident in your vehicle so you can drive with your mind at ease.
Brake Pad Replacement
Brake pads are not designed to last forever and wear out over time, after all, they are under a ton of pressure every single time you drive. Brake pad manufacturers will give you an estimate of how long their pads last, but that can change based on what your pads are made out of and your driving and braking habits. While the average lifespan for brake pads is 50,000 miles, some only last 25,000 miles and some can make it as far as 75,000 miles.
If you aren’t sure how much longer your brakes have on them, consult with one of our expert technicians today so we can make sure your next appointment is scheduled at the optimal time.
When something is as important to your safety as brakes, the repairs should always be left to the experts. At Getz Automotive, we want all of our customers to stay safe behind the wheel and a big part of that is knowing the signs of brake trouble. Some of the signs that you need to make an appointment with our ASE Certified mechanics for brake repair include:
- A burning smell while you are driving
- Pulling to the left or right when you are braking
- Grinding, squealing, or squeaking brakes
- Leaking brake fluid
- Your brake light is on
- A soft or spongy brake pedal
If you notice these signs of brake failure or if your brakes are simply behaving differently than they once did, do not put off your phone call to Getz Automotive. Call us today to schedule an appointment so we can get you safely back on the road.