Mike’s, The Brake Experts
When you hit the brakes on Rogers Avenue, does the person in the passenger seat try to help stop you with the “invisible brake?” If so, it’s time to have your brakes inspected at Mike’s Automotive. From the brake pedal to hydraulic brake fluid, brake master cylinder to power brake booster, disc brakes, drum brakes, and electronic anti-lock brake sensors, the technicians at Mike’s know your brake system better than anyone and can repair any make and model.
Why do folks in the River Valley choose Mike’s Automotive with their brakes? Because they are proven technicians that can repair brakes when they brake! Stop in to 3905 Towson Avenue in Fort Smith. If you need to brake early, that’s okay. We’ll be ready!
Brake Inspection and Warning Signs
If you haven’t been to the repair shop in some time and are wondering if you need your brakes serviced, here are a few things to look for:
- Squeaking, screeching, or grinding sound when you hit the brake, let off the brake or make a turn
- You have to press the brake pedal further down than you used to when coming to a stop
- Your brake warning light comes on when you drive
- You’re suspicious of a brake fluid leak
If you have noticed any of these issues when driving you’re vehicle, it’s time to come talk to a Mike’s Automotive trained professional. Trust us, servicing your brakes isn’t something you want to neglect.
How Often Should I Have My Brakes Inspected?
Maintaining the vehicle’s brakes is something that is often overlooked. But keeping your brakes properly calibrated and in good working order can prevent costly repairs down the line, and, more importantly, help you avoid a collision. You should always start by consulting your owner’s manual for specific brake inspection intervals according to the make and model of your vehicle. Typically, a yearly checkup at Mike’s Automotive will give you the trained eye you need to spot any brake issues. Plus, while you’re there, our experts will have the opportunity to spot any smaller repairs to save you money in the long run. It may be time to head to Mike’s Automotive.