About Brake safety Inspection
Brake Safety InspectionThe condition of your brakes is one of the most important factors in your vehicle's function and safety. Responding quickly to any signs of an issue with your brakes will not only save you money but could save your life! What could be the issue that requires a brake safety inspectionEmergency brake is engagedWorn or uneven brake padsWorn partsWorn brake shoesBent backing plateBroken retracting springsWarped rotorsDirty brake fluidMalfunctioning brake boosterBrake line issuesCollapsed brake hoseSide pin or caliper is stuckLoss of hydraulic pressure Having your braking system in perfect working order is vital to the safety of your vehicle. What to expectYour certified mechanic will arrive during your scheduled time slotYour GoWrench mechanic will inspect all components of the brake system Your GoWrench mechanic will provide detailed feedback on your issue How is a rotors are turning blue inspection done by a mechanic? Your certified GoWrench Mechanic will visually inspect your brake system, including the brake pads, fluids, hoses/lines, calipers and rotors to name a fewYour certified GoWrench Mechanic may test drive your vehicle to look for any signs of an issue with the brake system Once completed, your certified GoWrench Mechanic will provide a detailed description of the issue and next steps. How important is having a brake safety inspection? Having broken or worn brakes can compromise your brake system and therefore your safety while driving. Not only that, if left for too long the damage can become extensive and costly. Having a GoWrench mechanic inspect your entire brake system for issues will keep your vehicle in safe working order!