Your vehicle’s braking system is of paramount importance. You never know what’s around the corner and when you might need to stop quickly and safely. For this reason, it is essential to have your braking system checked regularly by a professional. Our full brake inspection examines the condition of all your car brakes and its components, such as brake pads and discs, to keep you safe – our main priority – and to help prevent more costly repair bills in the future.
If you are unsure about the state of your brakes, book a brake check today. We will check all aspects of your braking system to identify any issues. Larkins Automotive Services recommended that you replace your brake fluid every 2 years to prevent moisture build up in the hydraulic fluid, which can result in brake fade.
Take advantage of our FREE primary, front brake inspection. Please note, this is a visual inspection of brake pads, brake discs, visible brake pipes and callipers.
Our full brake inspection is an examination of your vehicle’s entire braking system, which includes:
- Brake pads, discs and shoes
- Callipers/wheel cylinders
- Brake pipes
- Brake lights
- Handbrake cable and linkages
- Brake drums and fluid
Sign of brake wear and what to look out for
It’s not always obvious that your car’s brake pads and discs need replacing, but there are a few warning signs to look out for. If you hear an unusual noise such as the car’s brakes juddering or squeaking when braking. If you find your vehicle pulling to one side you may need to have your vehicle braking system inspected. Simple wear and tear can also mean that you experience a reduction in brake performance.
Larkins Automotive Services will assess the condition of your brakes and inform you if anything should need replacing. If replacement parts are needed, we will source matching quality original equipment approved parts quickly and get you safely back on the road again.