brakes are squealing, pulsing or grinding — is that a sign
of serious trouble?
If you have any of those symptoms
or if you have to push your brake pedal a long way before they
start to slow your vehicle, it is often a sign that your brakes
need repair. The best thing to do is to get them in the shop,
take off the wheels and look at the condition of the brakes. Take
advantage of the free brake inspection at Brake and Alignment
Service Center. If everything is fine we’ll get you back
on the road with full confidence. If it needs work, you’ll
know that you and your family will be safe with dependable brakes
that stop with certainty.
steering wheel is pulling to one side or is not centered when
I go down the road. What does that mean?
It could indicate several problems.
You could have uneven wear on your tires. You may need to have
your tires rotated. It could also be a sign of more serious front-end
problems. These are symptoms that should be inspected and fixed.
hear a rattle from under the car whenever I go over small bumps.
Is this common, or should I have it inspected?
The rattle could be as simple
as a worn out suspension parts, but it is a problem that should
not be ignored. It could be a problem with ball joints, sway bar
links, shocks or struts. We offer a free safety inspection and
can determine if the rattle is a safety concern that needs immediate