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SANDY SPRINGS, GA 30350

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Why Are My Brake Lights Not Working?

Why are my brake lights not working?

At some point, you may find yourself behind the wheel, puzzled by the reflection of your car in a storefront window or another vehicle’s reaction, realizing your brake lights are not working. Driving with bad brake lights is a safety hazard. The good news is that the common reasons brake lights don’t work can easily be fixed.

10 Signs That Your Car Needs Brake Service

10 signs your car needs brake service

Brakes are a crucial component of your car, but they are sometimes neglected until a significant issue arises. Since brakes and brake pads are pivotal for your vehicle’s safety, waiting until they malfunction is dangerous. It’s essential to stay alert to the signs that suggest you may need brake service. Here are the top ten indicators suggesting your car requires brake service.

How To Tell When You Need a Brake Inspection

3 Brake Noises You Should Never Ignore

Vehicle braking systems are hydraulic, meaning they work by pushing pressurized fluid through the brake line to apply stopping power. Sometimes an air bubble will form within a brake line and cause them to feel spongy or take longer to stop the vehicle. The process of removing air from the hydraulic brake system is called bleeding.

3 Brake Noises You Should Never Ignore

3 Brake Noises You Should Never Ignore

If your brakes make noise when you press the pedal, they are trying to tell you something. Some sounds can indicate that your brake pads are worn out, and others can hint that damage has been dealt over time. It’s best not to ignore brake noise if you hear it. Bring your vehicle into our shop instead to have our technicians diagnose the sound and offer our recommendation for what repairs are needed.

What Your Soft or Spongy Brake Pedal Is Telling You

What your soft or spongy brake pedal is telling you

A properly functioning brake pedal should feel firm when you press it. A soft or spongy brake pedal describes a pedal that does not have the proper amount of firmness or resistance when you press it. A spongy brake pedal is dangerous for you, your passengers, and other drivers. 

How To Tell When You Need Brake Rotor Replacement

How to tell when you need brake rotor replacement

The signs that you need to replace your brake pads are much more obvious than when you need brake rotor replacement. Here are some signs that you may need brake rotor replacement. Brake Overheating Long braking or ‘riding the brakes’ can quickly deform or warp a brake rotor. Resurfacing a warped brake rotor may solve […]

How Often Should Brake Pads Be Replaced?

How Often Should Brake Pads Be Replaced?

Brake pads play an essential role in your vehicle’s braking system. The brake pads clamp onto your rotors and slow your car down with friction. Certain pieces, like your brake pads, should be replaced at regular intervals for your system to keep functioning.  So, how often should your brake pads be replaced? The answer will […]