Brakes can squeak for a variety of reasons, but continuous squeals and grinding sounds may mean it’s time for new brake pads or shoes. Worn brakes can mean longer stopping distances and difficulty stopping in an emergency situation. Rotors and drums that are too thin may even become over-stressed and break.
Brakes rarely fail suddenly. They deteriorate slowly with wear. Brake life depends on many factors, such as terrain, city vs. country travel, driving style, and even climate. Brakes are a normal wear and tear item for any car, with heavy emphasis on the wear. Eventually, your brake system parts are going to need replacement for performance and safety reasons.
Brakes are important and regular service is advised. You should inspect brakes every 5000 miles for basic pad wear and replace disc pads when there is 2 mm or one eighth of and inch of friction material remaining on the backing plate. Do not let brake pads wear down father than this or you may suffer brake fade and brake failure making your next brake repair costly.
ABS brakes have become standard if you own a newer vehicles. If your indicator light comes on or you are having trouble with steering when you slow down these could be clear indicators that you are having a problem and should call us as soon as possible.
Brakes are the primary feature which allows you to avoid accidents. They are a critical part of any car for both safety and performance. Brakes are the most important active safety of a car and one of its key pieces.
At Essex County Auto Repair we treat you like family and when it comes to brake service and brake repair, we will do all that we can to help you and your family remain safe.
Essex County Auto Repair is a Full Service, new car dealer alternative auto repair shop in Middleton, Massachusetts, Located near the Danvers and Peabody line.
Essex County Auto Repair LLC is independently owned and operated by an ASE-Certified Master Mechanic.