Brakes

BrakesYour brakes do a lot for you on a daily basis. Anytime you are stopping short or even gradually coming to a stop at a red light, you need your brakes to come to a safe stop. At Miller Brothers Auto Repair, we never want you to ignore your brakes. Whether it is a matter of brake maintenance or brake repair, your brakes demand attention. And when it comes to brake repair in Somerset, WI, there isn’t a mechanic who can beat the quality of work that you will find at Miller Brothers Auto Repair.

Brake Service Somerset, WI

Your vehicle’s brakes need to be maintained and serviced in order to ensure that they continue functioning properly. Our expert mechanics are happy to provide you with comprehensive brake maintenance including:

  • Brake Pad Replacement
  • Brake Fluid Flush
  • Brake Line Bleed
  • Rotor Replacement
  • And More

We want you to feel good about staying on top of your brake maintenance schedule and if you aren’t sure exactly what that schedule should look like, don’t hesitate to ask. We are here to help.

Brake Pad Replacement

On average, brake pads will last for around 50,000 miles. However, there are some instances that your brake pads may need to be replaced as early as 25,000 miles. We have also seen some last as long as 75,000 miles. The three main things that factor into the life of your brake pads are the make and model of your vehicle, your braking habits, and the manufacturer of your brake pads.

If you ever have uncertainty about how much longer your brake pads have on them, we don’t want you to risk it. Come in for a brake inspection so we can take a thorough look at your pads and give you a better idea of how many more miles your brake pads have.

Brake Repair Somerset, WI

Even with maintenance, your braking system will eventually wear out or even completely break down. In the case of brake failure, it is always important to know the signs of trouble so you can address the issue before it gets worse.
The most common signs of brake trouble include:

  • Grinding, Squealing, or Squeaking Noises
  • Soft or Spongy Brake Pedal
  • Illuminated Brake Light
  • Leaking Brake Fluid
  • A Burning Smell
  • Pulling to the Left or Right When Braking

Anytime you notice a change in braking behavior, it should be a cause for concern and the repair should be entrusted to the experts.

Brake Repair Near Me

Whether you need a brake inspection, brake service, or brake repair, contact Miller Brothers Auto Repair to schedule an appointment today.

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