Most people in the Auto Repair industry would argue that a car’s brake system is its most important safety feature and here at Biel Foreign & Domestic Repair & Service we whole heartedly agree! That is why we pride ourselves in being the leading brake repair shop in Prescott, AZ. With our combined years of experience we know how to diagnose and repair the issues that can come up with your brake system and have you back on the road in no time. Brake failure can be a traumatic event, so be quick to recognize the warning signs that may indicate your brakes are beginning to wear out. Some of these signs might be a little more obvious, such as:
- Red brake dashboard light, indicating a serious system problem
- Amber ABS light on the dashboard, indicating problems with your anti-lock brake system
However, not all signs are quite as obvious and it’s important as the owner of a vehicle to know what to look for. Let us here at Biel Foreign & Domestic Repair & Service help to educate you to be aware of less noticeable signs of brake service.
- Spongy brake pedal, or brakes are slow to engage when pedal is pressed
- Pulling to one side during or after the brakes are applied
- Grinding or squeaking during braking
- Vibrations or pulsing in the pedal and steering wheel during brake usage
- Fluid leaking underneath the automobile
If you have noticed one or more of these symptoms, the first thing you should do is get it over to us and let us take a look and make sure you are safe! You can conveniently schedule an appointment online Biel Foreign & Domestic Repair & Service. Brake issues are not something you can let go – they will only become worse over time, and the longer you let them go, the more you endanger yourself, your passengers, and other drivers on the road.
Stop by the shop while you still can! Or call us to make an appointment today. Having a reliable brake system is not only important to the safety of you and your vehicle but the safety of others. These problems do not go away by themselves so have Rich and his techs take a look!
Remember, MAINTENANCE ALWAYS COSTS LESS THAN REPAIRS!