Shaking When Braking? Read The Most Common Reasons Why.
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by Matt Rava
6M ago
Introduction: Ever felt your car shimmy like it's doing the cha-cha when you hit the brakes? We've all been there. It's that mysterious shaking act that can turn your serene drive into a vehicular dance-off. Buckle up, because in today's edition, we're unraveling the enigma behind why your four-wheeled companion is grooving when you apply the brakes. Significance of Brake-Related Shaking: It's not just about saving your morning latte from a potential spill; it's a safety matter. A car shaking when braking is no light disco, it's a serious issue—think worn-out brake rotors, uneven brake pads, a ..read more
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How to Tell If Your Brake Rotors are Bad: A Comprehensive Guide
BrakesToYou Blog
by Matt Rava
1y ago
The brake system is one of the most critical components of a vehicle, and the rotors play an essential role in the braking process. The brake rotors, also known as brake discs, work in tandem with the brake pads to create friction and slow down or stop the vehicle. Over time, brake rotors can become damaged, warped, or worn out, affecting the performance of the brake system and compromising the safety of the driver and passengers. In this article, we'll cover everything you need to know about how to tell if your brake rotors are bad, including signs of wear and tear, causes of damage, and how ..read more
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Brakes To You Expands Mobile Brake Repair Service to Charlotte and Raleigh-Durham
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1y ago
Brakes To You is bringing their mobile brake repair shop to the Carolinas! Customers in the Raleigh-Durham and Charlotte metro areas will never have to wait in a car shop again to have their brakes repaired. Brakes To You delivers their 5-Star rated service (1,000+ reviews) right to wherever their customers are located — at home, the office, or anywhere. "Brake repair is something no one enjoys taking care of," said Matthew Rava, Co-Founder of Brakes To You. "With work and life keeping us busy, people don't want the inconvenience of sitting in an auto repair shop. Brakes To You takes the hass ..read more
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Mobile Brake Repair - 6 Things You Should Know
BrakesToYou Blog
by Matt Rava
1y ago
1. What is Mobile Brake Repair? 2. What does mobile brake repair cost? 3. How do I schedule mobile brake repair? 4. Mobile mechanics – Are they good? 5. What vehicles can your mobile mechanics work on? 6. What Parts Does Brakes To You Use 1. What is Mobile Brake Repair? Mobile brake repair is the latest automotive innovation in the ‘to you’ services. Like Uber and Lyft, Brakes To You has disrupted legacy brake repair shop and made brake repair more readily available and convenient. Many people push off brake repair services because, well, it’s expensive and annoying. You need to carve out a l ..read more
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5 Signs It's Time To Replace Your Brake Pads
BrakesToYou Blog
by Matt Rava
1y ago
Thinking it's time for new brake pads? Typically, brake pads should last about 50,000 miles. But, with different driving conditions, this could range from 25,000 - 70,000 miles. If you're a tough braker in an area with precipitation you'd be on the lower end of this spectrum! Luckily, brakes provide us some warning signs to let us know they're ready to be replaced. Here are the 5 signs it's time to replace your brake pads. 1. Screeching or Squeaking Hearing a squeal coming from your wheel? Time for some new pads. Brake pads have something called a wear indicator on them. New brake pads are a ..read more
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5 Signs It’s Time To Replace Brake Rotors
BrakesToYou Blog
by Matt Rava
1y ago
Brakes are meant to wear out. There, I said it! Your brake rotors are meant to need to be replaced! Although no one likes to take a trip to the brake shop, we’re there to make sure you’re safe on the road. Brake Rotors are meant to endure about 70,000 miles. This is a pretty loose number though. There are dozens of contributing factors based on the way you drive and what elements your vehicle endures. But, for a rule of thumb, lets go with 70k as the mark to hit! If you’re searching for this topic, you’re likely experiencing something making you think, “I don’t think my brakes should do that ..read more
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