Here at One Stop Automotive in Tucson, we specialize in brake repair and replacement. If your car, truck, or SUV needs a brake inspection, just call to schedule an appointment for a free inspection today. Our mechanics work with all makes and models and are very experienced with a wide variety of auto repairs. Whether it’s time for a brake shoe replacement, or line replacement or even repairs or replacement of the master cylinders, our team has seen it all. We have the equipment and the expertise to accurately diagnose and fix the problem quickly. We take pride in the quality of our work and we are committed to keeping costs as low as possible for you. Check out the scores of 5-star customer reviews at Garagefly.com to see what others have to say about their positive experience!
Proper brake maintenance for your car or truck is essential for safety and reliability. Brake pads generally need to be replaced about every 20.000 miles. Depending on the quality of the brake pads and other factors, some pads may last anywhere from 10,000-50,000 miles. If you hear a screeching noise when using your brakes, then it’s time to get your car to the shop! That sound is a small metal shim–it’s an audible indicator to let you know that the brake pad needs replacing. Another indicator of a brake issue is reduced responsiveness or fading. If when you push the brake pedal, it’s not as responsive or if it sinks, then you may be dealing with a leak in the brake system.
In addition to screeching and reduced responsiveness, a grinding sound, the car pulling while braking, and vibration can all be indicators of issues in the brake system. After the initial squeaking or squealing noise which indicates worn down brake pads, your car will then emit a much more unpleasant grinding or growling sound. This means your pads are completely worn and you need to bring your vehicle in yesterday! Procrastinating on brake repairs will cause further damage to your car or truck and could put you at serious risk on the road. Another indicator of an issue is when your vehicle pulls one way or another while braking. This may be a sign that your brake linings are wearing unevenly or there may be something stuck in the brake fluid. Vibration is often a signal that your vehicle has warped rotors.
One Stop Auto is your best choice for brake maintenance and repair in Tucson. Our certified mechanics have decades of experience handling a wide array of automotive issues. When it comes to brake repair, we do hundreds of replacements and repairs each year. Our team is honest, professional, and efficient. So for the auto repair team in Tucson you can trust, One Stop Automotive is your best choice! Plus, we offer free shuttle service in a 5-mile radius. We are located centrally at 22nd and Craycroft. Just bring your vehicle in for a free inspection and estimate. So for affordable, quality brake repair, come to One Stop Automotive. Keeping your brakes properly calibrated and in good working order is essential for your car’s maintenance and road safety. We’ll get you back on the road and cruising!