Look no further than ATL Total Car Care for your brake repair when you’re looking for a reliable and trustworthy auto mechanic to work on your vehicle. When it comes to brakes, no other auto shop can offer you the value that we can- affordable prices and gauranteed customer satisfaction. With our Low Price Guarantee, you’ll have peace of mind knowing that our team is focused on your budget and your auto repair needs. Along with brakework, we offer drivers a wide range of automotive repair and service options; see our website for a complete list of auto repairs provided.
5 Clear Signs You Need To Have Your Brakes Looked At By An Auto Tech
1. Have you noticed a screeching sound when applying your brakes? Loud noises are typically the first indication that it’s time to have a mechanic look at your vehicle’s brakes. Most likely you’re brake pads are beginning to wear down or may even be worn to a degree that will warrant a more costly brake repair. The best way to avoid expensive rotor grinding is to schedule a brake inspection at the first sign of brake noises. Call on ATL Total Car Care for an affordable inspection and any subsequent brake work needed to restore safety.
2. If you’ve started to notice your vehicle is pulling to one side when you brake, there may be a problem with the braking system. An auto technician will need to take a look at front and back brakes to determine their condition. Don’t wait to call your mechanic in a situation involving your brakes- the safety of you and your passengers is at stake.
3. Have you lost braking power or found that your brake pedal feels different lately? A ‘slushy’ or ‘spongy’ brake pedal or loss of braking power is an indication that your brake pads need to be replaced soon. It’s always a good idea to schedule a same-day brake inspection when anything is wrong with your brakes; don’t count on slowing down being good enough- your vehicle needs to stop on a dime in an emergency.
4. Does it take more distance to stop your vehicle than it used to? A longer braking time is another indication that you need a brake repair. If you’re a driver who ‘rides the brakes’ or feels the need to apply your brakes frequently or for extended periods of time, you may notice that your brake pads don’t last as long as they should.
5. Are your brakes vibrating when you slow down or stop? Brake pedal vibration is a sign of brake pad damage and should be checked by our team from ATL Total Car Care as soon as possible.
Schedule a brake repair by phone or through our website- we’ll get you back out on the road quickly with an affordable repair that won’t empty your wallet. You’ll find more information on our site about your braking system, including tips on when to call our office for a repair.