Need your brakes checked?

It’s important to have your brakes checked to ensure your vehicle is safe for you to drive. Have peace of mind and come in to have your brakes checked today.

Battery FAQ

Are your brakes signaling a problem?
If your vehicle isn’t stopping the way that it used to, you’re hearing noises while stopping, or your brake pedal is pulsing, it’s probably a good idea to have your brakes checked.
How do I know when I need new brakes?
Common indicators that you may need new brakes include noise, pulsation, vibration, and a soft pedal. Also, if you feel like your vehicle isn’t stopping the way that it used to. If you are experiencing any of these signs, we recommend you get your brakes checked as soon as possible.
Why do my brakes squeal? How can I stop it?
Sometimes moisture can cause a squeak noise with the material the brakes are made out of or due to low brake pad life. Would need to further investigate the brakes for replacement or a cleaning service.
How long will my brake pads last?
Brake pads typically last 30,000 miles.
Why won’t my vehicle start? (related to the battery)
There could be several reasons your vehicle isn’t starting, such as the battery, starter, or wiring connections. You would need to bring your vehicle to the Service Center to further investigate.
Do I need to charge my battery after I jump-start my vehicle?
Yes, typically after jump-starting a charge is recommended.