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Brake Service & Inspection

We first perform a complete inspection of the braking system. Without doing this, we cannot adequately determine what your car really needs or how much it will cost. Our technicians can repair all braking systems including the newer anti-lock brake systems. Each car requires different components to repair the braking system so please schedule an appointment to have your brakes inspected.

If you're in need of a brake service and inspection, look no further than Brake & Auto Specialist, where we offer free brake inspections year-round, seven days a week. Bring your vehicle in and our tire and auto service professionals will perform a free brake inspection service that includes:

  • Measurement of front and rear brake pad wear

  • Measurement of rotor wear

  • Measurement of drum wear

  • Brake fluid test

  • Parking/emergency brake inspection

During your complimentary inspection, we'll determine whether your vehicle needs any further brake service, such as:

  • Installation of new brake pads or shoes

  • Resurfacing or replacement of brake rotors or drums

  • Brake fluid exchange

  • Brake bleeding

  • Replacement of brake lines, hoses, or other brake components

Signs / Symptoms Of Brake Issues

Your car brakes help safely avoid collisions with other objects or vehicles on a daily basis making them critical to keep in good working condition. Although we recommend checking your brakes at least once a year, the following symptoms may indicate there is an issue with your brakes worthy of immediate inspection:

  • Grinding, squeaking or squealing brakes

  • Brake pedal feels spongy

  • Shaking steering wheel

  • Car wobbling or pulsating when you drive at highway speeds

If your car is experiencing any of the above, bring your car in for a free brake check.

Brake Bleeding

Brake bleeding becomes necessary when air gets into your brake fluid line. This can be caused by a leak, overrunning of the master cylinder, or simply from having work done on your brakes.

If air makes its way into your brake fluid line, it causes your brake pedal to have a soft, spongy feeling when you press down on it. If you are experiencing this when braking, you may need brake bleeding to correct the problem.

Brake Fluid Change

Over time, brake fluid can become contaminated as moisture builds up. Most brake components contain copper and when copper is exposed to moisture, it begins to erode. As brake components erode particles can begin to contaminate the brake fluid.


Contaminated fluid can affect the performance of your brakes and potentially damage your braking system. During your free brake inspection, a Tire and Auto Service Professional will inspect and test your brake fluid to determine if it needs to be changed. If the brake fluid test detects impurities it is time for a brake fluid exchange.