How confident are you with the stopping power of your car? Do you ever hear a high squeaking noise while pressing down the brake pedal? It is easy to forget how often they are being used on a daily basis and how much wear is safe for your family.
At Advanced Automotive / Advanced Automotive Consultants, we do a complimentary visual Courtesy Inspection every time you have your car serviced or repaired by us. We will let you know if you need either new brake parts, or other brake system repairs or maintenance. Every Courtesy Inspection involves expert, certified technicians looking at all four tires and wheels to inspect the brake pads and rotors for wear. Do not worry as we will never recommend brake service or repair that is not necessary.
Like every service at Advanced Automotive / Advanced Automotive Consultants, we go above and beyond to assure your safety. We know your family rides with you, and we want to make sure your vehicle is ready to stop at a moment’s notice.
At Advanced Automotive / Advanced Automotive Consultants, we conduct ourselves with integrity. We will never sell you only brake pads but we will also recommend the right components recommended by your auto manufacturer. Each vehicle is different where as the alloys used in brake pads and rotors are often very specific. The wrong pads can mean significant damage to rotors and other vital parts. The expert technicians at Advanced Automotive / Advanced Automotive Consultants will always check to make sure your vehicle only receives the brake pads and components that are specifically engineered for it.
Every brake job means resurfacing the rotors. The brake pads are just half of the relationship – without properly serviced rotors, your car will not stop as it should. Every rotor is resurfaced according to manufacturer specifications and lubricated properly to make sure the brake pads get the maximum durability. These steps can make a major difference in your car’s braking performance.
Fluid is an often overlooked component of the brake system. Brake fluid is checked for quantity, but not usually checked for quality. Your brake fluid can become dirty and create problems when it is supposed to be flowing to the calipers to stop your car. Clean, new brake fluid can help extend the life of your entire brake system and save you money on costly brake repairs in the future.
If you start to hear a high squealing noise or feel that you are losing stopping power, be sure to call
Advanced Automotive / Advanced Automotive Consultants and schedule an appointment to have your vehicle checked out.