Don’t wait until your brakes make funny noises, start grinding, squealing or the pedal starts pulsating to have them inspected.
Periodic checks of your brakes and brake components may save you money on your next brake job service.
If you’re hearing unusual sounds when you brake or if your brake pedal is feeling squishy, spongy or too hard, have us do a brake inspection for you. We’ll tell you if there’s something wrong and what it’ll take to get your brakes properly fixed.
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THE FAST LANE BRAKE LIFETIME GUARANTEE: Buy a set of brake pads or shoes along with a brake fluid exchange and we’ll replace the pads or shoes FREE FOR LIFE when brake fluid exchanges are performed every 30,000 miles (or less in accordance with manufacturer’s maintenance schedule).
REMINDER: Brake fluid is one of the most neglected maintenance items. Brake fluid is hygroscopic (absorbs moisture from the air) and therefore needs to be replaced on average every two years or 30,000 miles to avoid corrosion. Ninety percent of all vehicles on the road exceed the safety limit. Call us RIGHT NOW and get your lifetime brake guarantee FREE! 407-930-9163
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- Brake Pads
- Brake Shoes
- Brake Rotors
- Brake Fluid
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The Importance of Brake Repair
Brakes are the single most important safety feature of your vehicle. Whether slowing down to a stop or braking all of a sudden to avoid a collision, you must be able to trust that your brakes will work immediately in any situation. If you are not confident in your vehicle’s ability to brake firm and straight then it is time for brake service.
At Fast Lane Automotive, we are concerned about the safety of our customers. We do not want you to experience a scary brake failure while you are driving. Maintaining your brakes is an important step to maintaining your car as a whole and finding the right auto maintenance shop to help keep you on track is essential. If you are not quite sure when the time might be right to have your brakes inspected then let us help you identify some of the signs.