How Important Are My Car's Brakes?

Vehicle maintenance for your car is important. With so many parts it's easy to miss what might possibly be the most important aspect of your car: the brakes. Your brakes should be inspected at least once a year or every 12,000 miles depending on the model. There are plenty of warning signs that your vehicle might be in need of new brakes. If your brakes make a squeaking or grinding sound until you stop, requires you to press the brake pedal deeper to stop, or a brake warning light appears on your dashboard. There can be plenty of reasons for these issues. Anything from the brake pads to the brake line could be damaged or worn. The brake fluid may also need to be flushed or the brake rotors replaced. If any of these are the case you may want to have your brakes inspected by our professional dealership services.
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