Brake Inspections Keep Small Issues from Becoming Big Problems

If it ain't broke, don't fix it is a common expression, but it should never be applied to your car's brakes. Waiting until the actually break can be dangerous. Having a brake inspection can prevent many potential problems.

During a brake inspection, a technician checks the brake pads, shoes, discs and brake lines. What they are looking for is the proper thickness or other measurements recommended by the manufacturer. They're also checking for rough spots, warping and damage to discs, as well as stiff, cracked or corroded brake lines. These signs of damage are only evident during a thorough inspection.

Brake inspections are recommended once a year or about every 12,000 miles. If you're due for one, stop by Porsche Monterey in sunny Seaside, CA. We'll do the inspection, and we can help with repair or replacement and any other brake services you need.

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