Frequently Asked Questions

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If you are experiencing any of these issues, it is time to get the brakes inspected for your safety and the safety of others.

  • If you notice a pull to one side when applying the brakes
  • Squealing is a sign of worn or crystalized pads
  • When your brakes seem to grab when applied
  • A hard pedal
  • When your vehicle shakes while applying the brakes
  • Low pedal when applying the brakes

If you have any of the below symptoms, it is time to go to your local shop and let them determine what the problem in the suspension is and get you back on the road safely.

  • Excessive bounce?
  • Uneven tire wear?
  • Rattling noise when going over bumps?
  • Shake or wobble while driving?
  • Pull while driving?

Suspensions are as important as the brakes. There are many components in the suspension system of the vehicle that contribute to a smooth and a pleasurable drive. If your suspension system is not working properly, it may impact on the stopping distance, brakes fuel economy and tire health. Hence it is recommended that you get your suspension system checked/serviced at least once a year.

It is important to get your engine checked/serviced if you are experiencing any of the following symptoms

  • Engine light on?
  • Hesitation when applying the gas pedal?
  • Stalling?
  • Grinding or clicking noise when turning over the engine?
  • Squealing sounds when engine is running?
  • Overheating?

These can sometimes be minor issues or major issues, which is why it is important to get your vehicle in for an inspection at your earliest convenience.

The Engine Performance includes tune-ups, intake gaskets, drive belts, timing issues, electrical system (Starters and alternators and much more. It is advised to get the engine checked every once in a while.