Whether it’s a brake pad replacement, a disc rotor issue, or a different kind of trouble with your brakes — we can help. Your brakes are essential to not only your safety on the road but also your comfort and quality of driving experience.
Brake pads are a long-lasting product that can rack up a decent amount of mileage before becoming worn out or faulty. Worn brake pads pose a decent concern for safety though, so as soon as there’s a sign these pads are wearing, it’s best to get them checked out. Signs your brake pads are worn include squealing or screeching sounds, a grinding or growling sound, or delayed braking.
It can be tricky to know when you should have your car inspected and when it’s just a noise. If the noise you’re hearing is persistent, that’s a good indication you should get your car checked out. When you’re braking, if you hear a screeching or especially a grinding noise, it takes longer than usual to stop, or your car shudders — you definitely need to get your brakes checked.