Obviously THE most important part of any vehicle is, of course, the braking system. Without it, vehicles would not be able to make their way around safely. Every driver should appreciate the importance of the system and take the time to ensure their brakes are in the right condition. C&N Car Services Limited can help with this. We provide a wide range of services, including brake repairs and replacement.
Signs of problems with brakes
A number of different things can indicate that there is an issue with the braking system. Firstly there is a light on the dashboard that will turn on. This indicates that they are due for inspection.
If you hear grinding noises when braking or a metallic squeal while driving there could be a problem. The grinding noise typically indicates that the brake pads are at the end of their life. It could also be due to a lack of lubrication on the brake drum. The metal squeal can be the result of the wear indicators on the brake pads.
Uneven brake rotors can cause your steering to wobble or vibrate when you brake. Ideally, the rotor should be smooth and an even thickness. Unfortunately, they can wear unevenly and may even encounter issues such as rust.
The brake pedal should provide the right level of resistance when you press it. This indicates that your braking system is doing its job. If it gets softer or you can press the pedal all the way to the floor, you need to get a service immediately.
Keep on top of brake maintenance
The best way to look after your braking system is to keep it well maintained. Ensure there is enough fluid in the system and get checks periodically to determine if you need new pads and discs.
C&N Car Services Limited offers a comprehensive brake service for various vehicles, from cars to motorhomes and fleet vehicles. Our team are experienced and can conduct a careful assessment. If a replacement is necessary we will use high quality parts so you can have complete confidence in your vehicle.
Should you feel there are any issues with your brakes, please contact us immediately before starting your journey to get them looked at.