Good news for the car owners of Blaydon on Tyne and nearby areas!
Your search for car brake repairs Blaydon on Tyne can now end with Walbottle Tyre Services.
We are a well-known automobile service provider extending quality services at budget-friendly prices.
Our experts possess immense technical know-how in handling any issues in your vehicle's braking system. Besides, we use the latest methods and advanced tools to detect any underlying issues accurately. We only use OE-grade replacement parts to change damaged components to ensure durability and excellent performance.
What We Look At During A Brake Inspection Blaydon on Tyne?
Your car's braking system comprises multiple crucial components that work in sync to ensure the vehicle stops when it is supposed to without delay. Any excessive wear or damage can cause dangerous situations, potentially putting your and other road users' lives in danger.
At Walbottle Tyres Services, we are committed to enhancing your safety and driving experience. So, when you visit us for a brake inspection, we have a thorough look at all the components of its braking system, including:
- Brake Discs
- Master Cylinder
- Brake Pads
- Brake Pedal
- Speed sensors
- Brake booster
- Wheel Bearings
We also have a look at the handbrake.
In case we detect any fault, we will explain it to you and offer the best course of action.
We will certainly also inform you about the costs involved. We believe our customers should always be able to make an informed decision.
Only with your approval will we start working on your vehicle.
Please note: It is not possible to repair brake components. They must always be replaced.
Signs Of A Faulty Braking System
Vehicle brakes come with an average life span of 25,000 to 65,000 miles. However, certain factors like frequent driving in stop-and-go traffic, bad weather-, and road conditions, and certain driving habits like harsh braking plus poor maintenance can influence the service life of brake components.
Worn-out or faulty brakes can show the following symptoms:
Spongy Brake Pedal
A brake fluid leakage or a damaged master cylinder can lead to a soft brake pedal. As a result, you will feel no resistance while pressing the pedal.
Vibrations In The Brake Pedal
Damaged rotors often cause unusual juddering and strange vibrations in the brake pedal.
Car Pulling To One Side
If your vehicle drifts in one direction after applying brakes, this can be due to faulty callipers.
Does it take longer for the brakes to respond when you press the brake pedal? Or do you have the feeling one side responds before the other? These are very clear warning signs, and we advise you to contact us immediately.
Visit our facility for a brake service Blaydon on Tyne.
Conclude your search for "brake repairs near me" and come to us.
You can book a brake inspection online via this website, over the phone, or directly at our workshop.
You can find us here:
Chainbridge Road Blaydon On Tyne NE21 5AB.
For more information, you can also send us an email - email@example.com
Is it an emergency? Please don't worry.
We are available seven days a week. We can even come to you if necessary.
Just contact us on 0191 447 7560.
We will do our best to help.