The brakes are an important part of the vehicle when you drive. Without them, you will not be able to slow down or stop. If you start to notice an issue with your vehicle, you will want to bring it in so we can inspect it for you. This way we can ensure it is in the best condition possible for you. There are also some signs you can watch out for in case your brakes start to fail. Grinding noises are an indication of issues you should be aware of.
If the brake or Anti-Lock Braking System warning light on your dashboard lights up, it means you are low on brake fluid. If there is low fluid, it usually means that there is a leak somewhere in your brake lines. The vehicle may pull in a direction as well. The brakes may be spongy, so check the brake fluid and overall condition of them as well.
If your steering wheel, brake pedal or entire car shakes or vibrates when you apply the brakes, your brake rotors may be warped and need replacement. No matter what issue you notice, it is always best to have it inspected by us.