The brake system is a very important part of your vehicle. This is because it allows your vehicle to slow down and stop when needed. The brakes will need to be inspected on a regular basis. This way we can inspect it for when an issue might be starting to form for them. If you notice that there are odd sounds or noises with the brakes, it could be an issue with them. Make sure to contact us and we can schedule an appointment to check your vehicle. Regular maintenance is also important to keep the efficiency of your vehicle working properly. If you are not sure how often to bring the vehicle in, we can recommend a schedule for you.

Grinding Noise


A grinding noise from your brakes is a reason to be concerned. This noise is typically caused by a lack of brake pad material. The brake pads will start to wear down as they age. If you hear a grinding noise, the brake pads and brake rotors could now be metal to metal. This means there is no longer any braking material left to use for them. Since this can happen with time, it’s always best to notice it at the first sign. By doing so, you can be prepared of how to fix the issue.

Brake Pedal Issue

Also make sure to be aware of how the brake pedal reacts when you apply it. If there is an issue with the system, you may notice the pedal vibrating or pulsating. This can be a reflection of the condition of the brakes for your vehicle. If the brake pedal becomes too difficult or too spongy when you apply it, that can also be another issue with the brakes for your vehicle. When you notice an issue, catching it at the first sign can help you save on a repair bill. It will also help reduce the chance the damage become worse.