Does Your Toyota Car, Truck, or SUV Need New Brakes?

You love driving your Toyota Corolla -- it's been everywhere with you, and you know that it's going to be there for years to come. How do you show your appreciation for everything that your car does for you? You probably are up to date on all the latest maintenance appointments and even know what to look for when your brakes begin to fail. If not, we're ready to help you decipher the signs and get you in to see our service team fast.

What Warning Signs Do I Need to Know?

There's no need to wonder because our team wants you to have all the information so you can make a safe decision and have your vehicle maintained at the right intervals. Here are the most common signs that your vehicle is due for a brake repair.

  • Slow to respond, or spongy brakes are a surefire sign that it's time to bring your vehicle in. If you have to press your brakes to the floor for them to be effective, you are due for a brake service.
  • That grinding or squealing you hear when you press the brakes is also a way to tell that it's important to schedule your brake service with us today.
  • If there is a light illuminated on your dashboard that could indicate an issue with your Toyota RAV4's ABS.
  • Your vehicle pulls to the side when braking, or you notice a shuddering when braking.
  • For the driver who keeps track of your service appointments, you may notice that it's been a while since you had your brakes serviced.

When your Toyota Tacoma or Tundra requires a brake service, it's important that you know that our team only uses the right parts approved by the OEM for the best fit each time. We know whether to use ceramic or metallic pads on your vehicle and what rotors to install. There's no guessing if you're driving with aftermarket parts on your vehicle because we stay away from those for your safety and the health of your vehicle.

What Should I Do Now?

You can schedule an appointment with our team by filling out an online request form or by contacting us here at the dealership to reserve your spot. If you have any questions about whether your Camry, Highlander, or 4Runner is due for a brake service, let us know, and we'll help you figure that out. We know your Toyota vehicle inside and out, and we were trained to perform every routine service and repair, so you can trust that we'll do it right the first time every time.

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