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Brake Repair

BRAKE REPAIR

Your foot meets the accelerator pedal and your car takes off, but what happens when you hit the brakes? If you’re not confident in your vehicle’s ability to brake firm and straight, then it’s time for a brake service. With time, all car brakes need attention, and there’s no attention more expert than a TOMMY TRUCKER TYRES & AUTO SERVICES technician’s attention. At a TOMMY TRUCKER TYRES & AUTO SERVICES we’ll diagnose your vehicle’s brake problems and offer brake repair solutions that fit your budget.

 

You get wont to your brakes. How they sound, how the pedal feels, and the way quickly they stop your vehicle. Then at some point, your brakes just aren’t an equivalent . Your brakes sound funny. Your pedal feels funny, and you would like to press it farther. Worst of all, it takes longer and longer to return to a stop.

We hate surprises (at least behind the wheel) the maximum amount as you are doing . But we all know change is inevitable. restraint and rotors wear out from the immense friction and warmth they encounter. Air gets into brake lines. And your brakes has dozens of other components which will wear out at any time. It takes our expertise to bring your braking confidence back.

 

When you are available for any brake problem, our Auto Service Experts conduct a 55-point inspection of your brakes. Then we take the time to thoroughly explain your vehicle’s condition and tell you which of them problems are urgent (and which may wait). We discuss the simplest options for your budget and supply a written estimate before making any repairs.

Types of Brake Service

  • 55-Point Brake Inspection – to diagnose that spongy brake pedal, discover why your brake light is on, or just check out your brakes as part of routine maintenance.
  • Brake Pad Replacement – for routine brake maintenance.
  • Brake Rotor Service – to complete your brake pad replacement. We’ll smooth out brake pad wear if necessary, or recommend new rotors if you need them.
  • Brake Shoe Replacement – similar to brake pad replacement, for drum style brakes.
  • Brake Drum Service – similar to brake rotor service, for drum style brakes.
  • Brake Fluid Service – from routine brake fluid exchange to brake fluid leak repair.
  • Anti-Lock Brake System (ABS) Service – from your ABS sensors to the system computer module.
  • Brake Repair – to all parts of your brake system, from the power brake booster to the parking brake assembly.

Whether you suspect a brake problem (thanks to your brake light, brake pedal, or a suspicious leak), or you’ve just hit your vehicle’s recommended service interval, start by requesting a brake service appointment in TOMMY TRUCKER TYRES & AUTO SERVICES.

How much does brake service cost?

Based on U.S. pricing trends before discounts, brake pad replacement or brake shoe replacement, depending on the brake type costs $100-$300 per axle. Allow an additional $100 or so per axle to have your rotors or drums resurfaced at the same time. A full rotor or drum replacement (including new brake pads or brake shoes) costs $350-$1200 per axle. Your price will depend on your vehicle and location.

What does brake service include?

Common brake services include:

  • Brake pad or brake shoe replacement
  • Brake rotor resurfacing or brake drum turning
  • Brake rotor or drum replacement
  • Brake fluid exchange or flushing
  • Brake line leak repair
  • Brake light diagnosis

What’s included in a brake job depends on where each part is in its lifecycle. For example, you may or may not need new rotors with your replacement brake pads. But some brake services need to be duplicated on both wheels of the same axle. Multiple systems in your vehicle are designed for the parts on both sides of your vehicle to be in matching condition.

A brake inspection should include a check of all brake parts and connectors, dashboard lights, external brake lights, brake fluid condition, and hydraulic pressure through the brake lines.

How often do my brakes need to be serviced?

Depending on your vehicle, climate, brake parts, and driving patterns, your brake pads or shoes may last anywhere from 20,000 to 80,000 miles. Brake fluid can last 2-5 years. With such an unpredictable replacement cycle, regular brake inspection is essential. Check your vehicle owner’s manual for your brake inspection schedule every 10,000-12,000 miles or every year are common recommendations.

 

 

 

 

 

 

BRAKE REPAIR

Your foot meets the accelerator pedal and your car takes off, but what happens when you hit the brakes? If you’re not confident in your vehicle’s ability to brake firm and straight, then it’s time for a brake service. With time, all car brakes need attention, and there’s no attention more expert than a TOMMY TRUCKER TYRES & AUTO SERVICES technician’s attention. At a TOMMY TRUCKER TYRES & AUTO SERVICES we’ll diagnose your vehicle’s brake problems and offer brake repair solutions that fit your budget.

 

You get wont to your brakes. How they sound, how the pedal feels, and the way quickly they stop your vehicle. Then at some point, your brakes just aren’t an equivalent . Your brakes sound funny. Your pedal feels funny, and you would like to press it farther. Worst of all, it takes longer and longer to return to a stop.

We hate surprises (at least behind the wheel) the maximum amount as you are doing . But we all know change is inevitable. restraint and rotors wear out from the immense friction and warmth they encounter. Air gets into brake lines. And your brakes has dozens of other components which will wear out at any time. It takes our expertise to bring your braking confidence back.

 

When you are available for any brake problem, our Auto Service Experts conduct a 55-point inspection of your brakes. Then we take the time to thoroughly explain your vehicle’s condition and tell you which of them problems are urgent (and which may wait). We discuss the simplest options for your budget and supply a written estimate before making any repairs.

Types of Brake Service

  • 55-Point Brake Inspection – to diagnose that spongy brake pedal, discover why your brake light is on, or just check out your brakes as part of routine maintenance.
  • Brake Pad Replacement – for routine brake maintenance.
  • Brake Rotor Service – to complete your brake pad replacement. We’ll smooth out brake pad wear if necessary, or recommend new rotors if you need them.
  • Brake Shoe Replacement – similar to brake pad replacement, for drum style brakes.
  • Brake Drum Service – similar to brake rotor service, for drum style brakes.
  • Brake Fluid Service – from routine brake fluid exchange to brake fluid leak repair.
  • Anti-Lock Brake System (ABS) Service – from your ABS sensors to the system computer module.
  • Brake Repair – to all parts of your brake system, from the power brake booster to the parking brake assembly.

Whether you suspect a brake problem (thanks to your brake light, brake pedal, or a suspicious leak), or you’ve just hit your vehicle’s recommended service interval, start by requesting a brake service appointment in TOMMY TRUCKER TYRES & AUTO SERVICES.

How much does brake service cost?

Based on U.S. pricing trends before discounts, brake pad replacement or brake shoe replacement, depending on the brake type costs $100-$300 per axle. Allow an additional $100 or so per axle to have your rotors or drums resurfaced at the same time. A full rotor or drum replacement (including new brake pads or brake shoes) costs $350-$1200 per axle. Your price will depend on your vehicle and location.

What does brake service include?

Common brake services include:

  • Brake pad or brake shoe replacement
  • Brake rotor resurfacing or brake drum turning
  • Brake rotor or drum replacement
  • Brake fluid exchange or flushing
  • Brake line leak repair
  • Brake light diagnosis

What’s included in a brake job depends on where each part is in its lifecycle. For example, you may or may not need new rotors with your replacement brake pads. But some brake services need to be duplicated on both wheels of the same axle. Multiple systems in your vehicle are designed for the parts on both sides of your vehicle to be in matching condition.

A brake inspection should include a check of all brake parts and connectors, dashboard lights, external brake lights, brake fluid condition, and hydraulic pressure through the brake lines.

How often do my brakes need to be serviced?

Depending on your vehicle, climate, brake parts, and driving patterns, your brake pads or shoes may last anywhere from 20,000 to 80,000 miles. Brake fluid can last 2-5 years. With such an unpredictable replacement cycle, regular brake inspection is essential. Check your vehicle owner’s manual for your brake inspection schedule every 10,000-12,000 miles or every year are common recommendations.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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