Our brake inspection is comprehensive, extensive, methodical, and thorough. Each inspection is performed by knowledgeable automotive service technicians who can identify potential problems, replace worn or broken parts, and give you complete confidence in the safety of your ride. Let us demonstrate the quality and precision of our service with a total break inspection today.
Brake Inspection includes checking your brake:
- Pads (and/or shoes)
- Rotors (and/or drums)
- Wheel cylinders
- Fluid condition
- Master cylinder fluid exchange
- Hardware (springs and adjusters)
- Parking brake cables
- Wheel bearings and grease seals
How often should I have my brakes inspected?
You can consult the owner’s manual for the recommended brake inspection schedule for your particular make and model. But you can also think of your brakes like you would a physical. Going in once a year to check if everything is still working is the best plan.
A yearly inspection will not just give you the skills and guidance of our expert mechanics, it will also give us the chance to identify any smaller repairs before they turn into big, costly ones. If you’re already seeing and hearing the warning signs of bad breaks, then bring your vehicle in today.
What do your ASE certified brake techs have to do to become brake specialist certified?
Before any brake technician can even become ASE brake certified, they’re required to have two years of automotive experience.
The Brake Specialist exam is one of over 50 different exams ASE offers. It is a rigorous test and the standard way to accurately measure the competency and knowledge of the technician seeking certification.
Now the next time you see the ASE patch on one of our tech’s uniform, you’ll know you have a qualified person at the helm. Certification is not for life. To remain certified, ASE brake specialists must be retested every five years.
Conventional Brake System non-ABS
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