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$25-off Brake Pad Replacement Special near Milwaukee

We’ve all seen a TV show where someone goes to stop their car, but the brakes don’t work. You may have also heard someone slow down near a stoplight or stop sign, and a high-pitched squealing sound comes from their car. Either way, both of these are a result of brakes that could use some repairs. Brakes should be maintained throughout a vehicle’s lifespan.

Getting your brake pads replaced isn’t as cheap as something like an oil change, but it’s not going to break the bank either. However, especially with winter on its way, we want to make sure that the roads are safe. That’s why we’re offering a $25-off Brake Pad Replacement special. Simply show the coupon to one of our helpful team members and they’ll make sure you get a great deal on your brake service. We’ll also make sure to rotate your tires.

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How to Tell if You Need Brake Service

There are multiple telltale signs that your vehicle’s brakes could use some TLC. Here are few of them:

  • Grinding, growling noise while driving
  • Screeching noise when braking
  • Brakes are less responsive than usual
  • Brake pedal sinks to the floor
  • Vibration, pulsating felt in brake pedal*
  • Vehicle pulls to one side while braking

If you are experiencing any of these, bring you car into Hall Collision. We can fix your brakes and brake lines in a jiffy.

*Vibration/pulsating in pedal while stopping in slick conditions, such as ice or snow, can be the result of your Anti-Lock Braking System (ABS). This is completely normal and doesn’t require repair.

How Often Should Brake Pads be Replaced?

Most automobile and auto parts manufacturers recommend getting your brake pads replaced every 50,000 miles or so. That’s for perfectly operable brakes, however. If you are experiencing any of the issues listed above and it hasn’t been 50,000 miles since the last brake repair, brake service is still required. Give us a call and schedule an appointment today.

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