Brake Rotors And Calipers
Don't waste time at the brake shop, Hurry Tire does that too!
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Our certified mobile brake techs have decades of combined experience repairing vehicles. So why waste your time sitting around at a shop that will try and add additional unnecessary repairs? Our experienced techs will ensure you're in good hands through and through.
Brake wear indicator on vehicle dashboard
Many newer cars have electronic pad wear sensors built into the brake pads on these vehicles, a check brake light will illuminate on the dashboard when the brake pad has reached a certain thickness. We suggest checking your vehicle owner’s manual to confirm what the brake repair light symbol looks like.
Grinding, squeaking or squealing brakes
Your brake pads are naturally designed to squeak whenever they reach a certain thickness (around 2mm). Whenever you begin to hear brake squeaking, you should get your brakes repair as soon as possible to ensure no further damage to your rotors or braking system.
Shaking steering wheel
A shaking steering wheel is a strong indicator that your brake rotors have been significantly worn down and/or warped. Often times, your brake rotors will wear down or warp due to a high exposure to heat. Sometimes, your rotors can warp if they’re particularly hot and then you drive through a puddle of water. If you’re experiencing shaking in your steering wheel, we suggest contacting a Hurry Tire brake repair specialist to help assess your situation and provide you with a free brake repair estimate.
How often should you replace your brakes?
Over time, you brake pads and rotors will naturally wear out from the constant friction created by stopping your vehicle. New brake pads will have an average of 8 to 12mm of thickness. Once your brake pads wear down to 3-4 mm of thickness, you’ll begin to hear squeaking. At that point, you should contact Hurry Tire Mobile Brake Repair to provide a free and instant consultation and brake repair quote for your vehicle. It’s advantageous to get your brake pads replaced as quickly as possible to avoid and potential damage to your rotors — you’ll wind up saving money on your brake repair.
Your brake rotors will also naturally wear down over time, however, not as frequently as your brake pads so long as you replace your brake pads before they starting grinding on the rotors. A Hurry Tire Technician will measure you brake pads free of charge on all mobile seasonal tire swaps and give a report of findings.
How it works
Let us know what’s going on with your brakes
and we’ll send you a free, no obligation repair quote for your vehicle.
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Enjoy Safer, Better Driving
Our brake technicians arrives at your home and completes your brake job. your ready to hit the road and get back to driving worry-free.
It's that easy!
All brake system components would be properly lubricated. Brake fluid would be checked and added as needed. And your caliper piston will be inspected to make sure they are working as they should.
Premium Brake Parts
High – quality parts are of the utmost importance when repairing your brakes, low quality cheap parts cost less upfront but will cost you more in the long run, By having to replace sooner because of wear and the service fees that comes with buying and installing new brake
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20 Months or 20,000 km Warranty
The warranty period for a repair where both pads and rotors are installed on the same wheel is 20 months or 20,000 kilometers (whichever comes first) from the date of your repair or replacement. During the warranty period, we will replace or repair any new part that fails due to a defect in materials or workmanship under normal use or service post-installation.
What's Not Covered
- Repairs which do not include both pads and rotors installed on the same wheel. The warranty period for all other repairs, including pads installed without rotors, is 90 days or 3,000 miles (whichever comes first) from the date of your repair or replacement.
- Failure due to: accident or collision; misuse, abuse or modification; chemical fallout; salt, hail, or other environmental conditions including natural disasters; marine use; and damages caused by other faulty parts.
- Conditions resulting from non-compliance with reporting, monitoring and maintenance procedures recommended by a Hurry Tire technician.
- Parts under manufacturer’s recall for a related problem.
- No part or labor is warranted if damaged by commercial type service or use, including but not limited to: abusive treatment, towing, deliveries, or public transport.
- Parts installed on vehicles used for off-road or racing purposes.
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