United Auto Care offers the best expertly, trained technicians who specialize in brake repair and service. Our technicians are trained on the latest technology available and are certified technicians. It is important to know that your technicians specialize and are certified, so that you are secure knowing that your braking system is fully operational and working in conjunction with your other automobile systems for your overall safety.
Brake repair and maintenance is critical to your safety and brake’s operation overall. Make sure to bring your car in for a service check on a schedule that you maintain consistently. We will check all the major components of your brakes. Our technicians will check your pads to ensure they are not overly worn. Depending on your manufacturer’s recommendations and industry standards, our technicians will replace your pads, that are necessary for your specific car’s ultimate performance. We insist on inspecting fluids in your brake system to make sure there is no sludge or debris that will clog your lines in the future. Maintain a routine inspection based on your vehicle and driving needs. Here at United Auto Care we provide recommendations tailored for your experience.
Our technicians will ensure that a safety check is done on your rotors because these can experience sufficient wear and smoothen causing an improper surface which is absolutely needed for traction. If the traction is not present, the other systems responsible for clamping and stopping the wheels will be adversely affected to your detriment. Our technicians are critically aware of the new technology in brakes which try to compensate for fuel economy and the increase weight of new vehicles. We take all these factors into consideration when repairing or servicing your brakes.
Let us closely inspect your brakes because the screeching, rubbing and grating sounds that you hear when you apply pressure to your brakes are serious and need immediate attention. United Auto Care will replace your brake pads because this is a sign that your pads are worn enough that it will impact your power to stop. It will take longer stretches of road to stop and much more pressure to your pedal. A good rule of thumb that we tell our clients is, check your brake parts each time you receive an oil change.
Your brake calipers, brake lines and cylinders also need routine service checks and repair. However the lifespan of your system depends a lot on your personal driving record. Additionally, it depends on the roads that you travel. Based on the fact that brake repair are highly individualized, United Auto Care treats each customer’s service plan on a case by base basis, in order to provide the best service.