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Car Brake Evaluation


What's included in the complete brake evaluation?

Our certified brake technicians perform a complete brake system evaluation per OEM specifications. This includes:
  • Brake rotors and drums measured
  • Brake pads and brake shoes measured for remaining service life
  • Brake calipers and wheel cylinders inspected
  • Brake master cylinder and hardware tested
  • Brake lines, hoses, proportioning valve inspected and tested
  • Brake fluid analysed for remaining service life

With a complete brake evaluation, we can determine just what your brakes need for better stopping power.

Your brakes are one of the most important components of your vehicle. This is why we only use high-quality parts when repairing your brake system back to its original specifications. From the estimate, only you decide the work for us to complete and choose the brake service plan that is right for your vehicle and its performance.

What does a brake job cost?
Your brake system consists of several different parts that can be repaired individually. This is why we don't just give you a cost quote for a brake job over the phone or online. The need for replacement can be split into cause, some is age related and some is simply wear related.

When you bring your car or 4X4 in we perform our systematic brake evaluation to determine exactly what brake repairs are necessary. And we provide you with an estimate before starting any work, so you’re in control of your repairs and what you spend.

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Brake Repair Specialists Rockhampton Cars and 4X4

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How do I know I need my brakes repaired?

We have all heard it that squeaking or grinding sound when your car or 4X4 is coming to a stop. These sounds are good indicators you may need new brake pads and/or rotors. Your brakes may also show a number of other signs that a brake repair is needed, such as: