Driver’s Edge Top-Quality Brake Service in Grapevine, TX
The best brakes near you are right around the corner at the Grapevine location of Driver’s Edge. If your brakes start squealing, grinding, or leaking fluid, don’t wait until they put you in danger to get them checked out. Make an appointment to have a complete brake inspection as soon as possible; your safety is too important to wait.
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Schedule Regular Brake Inspections
Regular brake inspections can keep your brakes in good condition, so we recommend that you have your brakes checked every 6,000 miles or every six months. This schedule may vary according to the manufacturer’s recommendations or your driving habits. Our expert brake specialists will be glad to set up a schedule that’s right for your car or truck.
Save time and money by bringing your vehicle in for all its routine maintenance at the same appointment, including a brake inspection.
A Driver’s Edge full-service brake inspection includes:
- Brake fluid test
- Measurement of brake pads and brake calipers wear
- Measurement of drum wear
- Measurement of rotor wear
- Parking/emergency brake inspection
Finally, a test drive will be done by one of our technicians to make sure all is working properly. If more extensive brake repair work needs to be done, a free written estimate will be provided.
Warning Signs of Brake Trouble
Your vehicle’s brakes may need servicing if you notice:
- Slow stopping when braking
- Soft or spongy brake pedal when stopping
- ABS light on dash illuminated
- Puddles of yellow liquid under the vehicle
- Grinding and other noises when braking
- Vibrations when stopping
- Less than ¼ inch on brake pads
- Pulling to one side when braking
Minor brake issues can turn into danger very quickly, leading to expensive repairs. Don’t ignore these signs of trouble ahead. Let one of our ASE-certified brake specialists check it out for your peace of mind.
Extend the Life of Your Brakes
In addition to maintaining a regular service schedule, you can help your brakes last longer by adjusting your driving habits:
- Avoiding sudden stops. Stopping gradually whenever possible.
- Not driving with one foot on the brake all the time.
- Leaving plenty of space between vehicles.
- Reducing weight in the rear of the car.
Your brakes need checking but your day at work is busy. Book your appointment online and reserve a space with our free Concierge Service at the same time. We will pick your car up at home or work (within three miles of Driver’s Edge) and bring it to the shop for its maintenance or repairs. Then we will return it after cleaning and sanitizing it.