The brakes in your vehicle are easily the most important part of your vehicle. If something happens to the brakes or they are not properly maintained, there will almost certainly be a bad outcome. For this reason, it is so important for individuals to schedule a regular appointment to have the brakes looked at and serviced.
Since brakes are such an important part of your vehicle, it is important to understand how they work. When a driver presses on the brake pedal, the brake pads create friction. Then, the brake rotor scatters heat throughout the vehicle to keep the brakes from overheating. Both of these parts are essential when it comes to having your vehicle brake well, and these different parts sometimes have to be replaced at different times.
Some of the signs that your vehicle will give you that it is time to service your brakes include the brake light illuminating, squealing or grinding as the vehicle comes to a stop, the vehicle pulling to one side as the brakes are being applied, and taking longer to come to a stop. If a vehicle is showing any of these symptoms, it is very important to schedule an appointment right away.
Is your vehicle displaying any of the symptoms above? Has it been a while since you have had the brakes in your vehicle changed or looked at? Jack Ingram Nissan can help! Our OEM certified trained service technicians take pride in their work, and make sure that you are safely back on the road in no time. Genuine Nissan OEM brakes are used at the service department so that customers know and trust that the right pads, rotors, and other parts are right for your particular Nissan vehicle. Please use this page to schedule an appointment for your vehicles today.
Not sure if your vehicle really needs new brakes or not? Ask about our complimentary brake inspection! Our service department can test out your brakes and then talk through with you when you should think about having them changed. If you have any questions about having your vehicle serviced at Jack Ingram Nissan, please contact us today!