Brake Service at Glendale INFINITI
If you’ve ever been in a situation where you’ve had to rely on your brakes’ quick response to avoid an accident, you know just how important it is to have brakes that you can depend on. Every driver wants to have peace of mind while they drive, and there’s no better way to feel confident behind the wheel than to keep up with your vehicle’s routine maintenance. Your brakes play a major role in your safety out on the road, and if you neglect to maintain them, the safety of your vehicle can become compromised. At Glendale INFINITI in Glendale, CA, we encourage routine brake maintenance so you can travel safely every time you hit the streets of Beverly Hills and Santa Monica.
Brake Service, Inspections, and Repairs
Whether you want to schedule a routine brake inspection or you think your brakes may need some repairs, a technician will begin brake service by inspecting the system. They’ll use the information you’ve provided about your vehicle to find or rule out any issues with your vehicle’s brakes. They’ll check to make sure the brake fluid, hardware, rotors, pads, and hoses are all in good condition. If they do notice a problem that needs to be addressed, they’ll notify you before they begin any repairs.
When Should You Schedule Brake Service?
here’s no universal answer for how often to service your brakes. Fortunately, the expert service technicians at Glendale INFINITI have the skill and knowledge to determine the best maintenance schedule for your specific vehicle. Occasionally, your vehicle’s brakes will need service or repairs in between their regularly scheduled maintenance appointments. That is why it’s important to know the common signs of a brake problem. You’ll want to schedule a brake inspection if you notice any of the following signs.
- Your steering wheel shakes when you drive
- A slow response from your brakes
- Your vehicle pulls to one side when you apply the brakes
- You hear a squeaking or grinding noise when you brake
- While traveling at higher speeds, you notice your vehicle shaking, pulsating, or wobbling
If you notice any of these signs or any other change in your vehicle, schedule an inspection as soon as possible to get the problem looked at by a professional technician.
Why Schedule Brake Service?
Everyone wants to drive a safe vehicle, and your brakes play a big part in your overall safety. Brake service is important because it helps to keep you, your passengers, and those around you safe when you drive. Also, if you stay on top of your brakes’ routine maintenance, you are more likely to catch a problem before it turns into major damage that leads to expensive, time-consuming repairs. Overall, brake service helps to protect you and your vehicle by keeping your brakes in good condition.