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Replacing worn brake pads could help prevent a "metal-on-metal" condition that accelerates the need for expensive rotor and/or drum replacements

Trust the specially trained professionals at Tire & Service Network locations to help ensure that your brake system is working as efficiently as possible. Brake service includes:

  • Removing and replacing worn brake pads and/or brake shoes
  • Resurfacing brake rotors or drums
  • If needed, topping-off brake fluid

Brake system services are backed by the Tire & Service Network Limited Warranty.

How does getting my brakes serviced affect my vehicle's performance?

When you step on the brake pedal and stop your tires from rotating, you need to be confident that your vehicle will come to a complete and precise stop. Your safety depends on properly working brakes.

  • Even under normal driving conditions, heat and friction wear down brake pads, shoes, drums, and rotor materials
  • Your brake's hydraulic components including calipers, wheel cylinders, and brake hoses, can also be affected by these wear issues
  • Failure of brake components can lead to dangerous loss of braking and costly repairs

How frequently should my brakes be checked?

To keep your brakes responsive and to help avoid costly replacement, it's important to have them checked at least once a year. However, if you experience any of the following, you should have your brakes checked:

  • A continuous squeaking, squealing, or grinding noise coming from your brakes
  • The warning light for your anti-lock braking system (ABS) has come on
  • When braking, your car jerks or pulls to one side
  • To get your brakes to work properly, you need to pump them
  • Your brake pedal feels unusually soft, spongy, or hard
  • Brake fluid is leaking around the wheels or engine compartment

For more ways to help keep your vehicle in tip-top condition, check out Dunlop's Tire-Care and Maintenance Guidelines.

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