Keep Your Brakes In Top Shape
Steps to Keep Your Brakes in Top Working Shape
Brake Maintenance Guide
Your brakes are the front line safety equipment on your vehicle. They are what stands between you and other drivers and obstacles on the road. Because your brakes are so important to your safety on the road, regular brake maintenance is crucial to keeping you, your passengers, and other drivers safe while you’re on the road. Whether you have noticed a brake system issue like grinding, squealing, or pulling, or you haven’t had your brakes inspected in some time, it’s time to bring your vehicle to a brake repair shop like Dave’s Ultimate Automotive in Cedar Park, TX.
What to Focus On for Brake Maintenance
When you’re working with your preferred mechanic on a brake maintenance schedule, you should make time for thorough inspections of the master cylinder, brake lines, calipers, rotors and pads. The brake pads should be inspected every 12,000 miles or so. In fact, it’s a good idea to ask your mechanic to inspect the brake pads and calipers when you have your regular oil changes completed. A brake fluid flush and refill is often recommended at 25,000 miles. At 60,000 miles, you should have the rotors resurfaced or replaced to keep them smooth and working at their best.
What Can We Do For You Today?
The Dave’s Ultimate Automotive team is here to inspect and diagnose any problems with your brake system before recommending repairs to ensure your safety on the road. When you bring your vehicle to our shop, we’ll talk with you about your needs and expectations when it comes to your brake system and ensure you understand what we will do and why when it comes to setting up your brake system maintenance schedule. Give us a call today to make an appointment for a brake system inspection or to speak with our customer service advisors about setting up a brake system maintenance schedule. We’ll work with your schedule and budget needs to ensure your vehicle is safe while you go about your regular commutes and trips.