Your brakes are the vehicles most important component. Worn brakes take longer to stop your vehicle and incorrectly adjusted or poorly serviced braking systems can cause increased fuel consumption. We carry out all types of brake work from new discs and pads to callipers, brake lines, ABS systems, ABS Sensors, Pumps, Servos , Master and Slave Cylinders, Hand Brake Cables & Adjustments, Rear wheel Cylinders, Brake Drums & Shoes . All our work is fully guaranteed and only top quality OE parts from reputable manufacturers are used. We also specialise in Performance brake upgrades such as rotors, bigger callipers, braided lines. We offer a FREE brake check, meaning if you think your brakes need attention or replacing, then we can put your mind at rest by checking this.
How Long Do Brake Pads Last?
How Long Do New Brake Pads Last?
Brake wear is an indeterminate science – in some cases the brake pads will do 70,000 miles while other drivers will find they need changing after only 25,000 miles. The type of vehicle, type of use and your driving style all have an influence on pad life.
How Long Does It Take?
How Long Does It Take To Change The Brake Pads?
Say it's a basic brake job on the front end of a vehicle it can be 1.25-2.5 hours on average. Now that's if you replace the pads, rotors, and hardware. You could just slap on pads which may take 30-60 minutes.
Need New Brake Pads?
Do I Need New Brake Pads?
First, check for wear by looking at your brake pads through the spaces between the wheel's spokes. The outside pad will be pressed against a metal rotor. Generally, there should be at least 1/4 inch of pad. If you see less than 1/4 inch of pad, you may want to have your brake pads inspected or replaced.