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Proshop Automotive

1441 N La Cadena Dr
Colton, CA 92324

A simple answer to this question is to get your brakes serviced any time you feel you are starting to notice stopping problems. Properly working brakes are vital for safe driving! You don’t want to be the cause of an accident if your vehicle fails to stop when and where you expect it to.

Here are a few common factors that actually will determine the lifespan of your brakes:

  • Style of driving. If you are an aggressive driver, constantly stomping down hard on the brakes at stop signs or as you come up behind another vehicle, your brakes will wear out more quickly than those who come to a slow stop while pressing gently on the brake pedal.
  • Weight of vehicle, plus passengers and cargo. The auto manufacturer has calculated the stopping power of brakes based on the weight of the vehicle plus passenger and cargo limits. Continually overloading (either with passengers or cargo), the effectiveness of your brakes is significantly diminished.
  • Quality of components. The quality of the brake components, such as brake pads and rotors, impacts how fast they wear out.
  • Use of vehicle. Pulling heavy loads, such as heavy trailers, driving mostly in mountainous terrain, or making frequent stop-and-go trips, will cause your brakes to wear more quickly than normal as they have to be applied harder and more frequently.

Here are some signs of failing brakes that you should be aware of:

  • Brake light comes on and stays on.
  • Squealing, squeaking or grinding noises.
  • Wobbling, vibration or scraping.
  • Fluid leaks.
  • Spongy or soft brake pedal.
  • Car pulls to one side when braking.
  • Burning smell while driving.
  • Bouncing up and down when you make a hard stop.

Wondering how often should you get your brakes serviced? Contact our ASE Certified technicians at Proshop Automotive for more information about brake repair and to schedule an appointment. Our auto shop proudly serves residents in Colton, CA, and the surrounding areas.

How often should you get your brakes serviced? Call the brake repair specialists at Proshop Automotive for an inspection of your brakes.

A simple answer to this question is to get your brakes serviced any time you feel you are starting to notice stopping problems. Properly working brakes are vital for safe driving! You don’t want to be the cause of an accident if your vehicle fails to stop when and where you expect it to.

Here are a few common factors that actually will determine the lifespan of your brakes:

  • Style of driving. If you are an aggressive driver, constantly stomping down hard on the brakes at stop signs or as you come up behind another vehicle, your brakes will wear out more quickly than those who come to a slow stop while pressing gently on the brake pedal.
  • Weight of vehicle, plus passengers and cargo. The auto manufacturer has calculated the stopping power of brakes based on the weight of the vehicle plus passenger and cargo limits. Continually overloading (either with passengers or cargo), the effectiveness of your brakes is significantly diminished.
  • Quality of components. The quality of the brake components, such as brake pads and rotors, impacts how fast they wear out.
  • Use of vehicle. Pulling heavy loads, such as heavy trailers, driving mostly in mountainous terrain, or making frequent stop-and-go trips, will cause your brakes to wear more quickly than normal as they have to be applied harder and more frequently.

Here are some signs of failing brakes that you should be aware of:

  • Brake light comes on and stays on.
  • Squealing, squeaking or grinding noises.
  • Wobbling, vibration or scraping.
  • Fluid leaks.
  • Spongy or soft brake pedal.
  • Car pulls to one side when braking.
  • Burning smell while driving.
  • Bouncing up and down when you make a hard stop.

Wondering how often should you get your brakes serviced? Contact our ASE Certified technicians at Proshop Automotive for more information about brake repair and to schedule an appointment. Our auto shop proudly serves residents in Colton, CA, and the surrounding areas.

Esteban Gonzalez
Proshop AutomotiveAuto Repair Shop in Colton, CA

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1441 N La Cadena Dr, Colton, CA 92324909-777-9000service@proshopautomotive.net
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Tue:08:00am - 05:00pm
Wed:08:00am - 05:00pm
Thu:08:00am - 05:00pm
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