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Brake Repair in Greensboro, NC

It might not be something you think about very much, but when you're driving, your brakes are the only thing stopping you from crashing into whatever is in front of you. Failing brakes put you and other drivers at risk, so you'll want to make sure you're keeping your braking system at its peak performance. Brakes are a complex system, so you'll want to trust an experienced auto mechanic to ensure that every component of your braking system is in good, working order.

Depend on Continental Motors Inc. for comprehensive brake repair in Greensboro, NC. Since 1986, we've been committed to providing the highest level of auto service available. The quality of our work is backed by an A+ Rating with the Better Business Bureau (BBB), as well as extensive and ongoing training from the National Institute for Automotive Service Excellence (ASE) and the Automotive Service Association (ASA). Ask for a free estimate for brake service from our pros. A big part of offering our customers the best value includes competitive pricing, and we aim to make the choice a clear one. Count on us to fully address your braking issues the first time.

Brake Repair in Greensboro, NC

How to Tell When You Need Brake Replacement

Two of the main components of braking systems are the brake pads and the rotors. When you put your foot on the brake pedal, the brake pads press down on and create friction with the rotors to slow down the wheels.

Your vehicle's manufacturer probably provides a recommendation of how often you should have your brakes serviced, but external factors like how often and how hard you brake, changing weather conditions, and debris buildup also contribute to brake failure. If you notice any of the following signs of brake failure, you'll want to schedule an appointment for brake pad replacement (and possibly rotor resurfacing or replacement) right away:

  • Decrease In Stopping Power
  • Brake Pedal Feels Spongy
  • Car Pulls to One Side When Braking
  • Dashboard Light Comes On
  • Car Vibrates or Pedal Jitters When Braking
  • Metallic Squealing or Grinding When Braking
  • Burning Smell Near Wheels After Braking

Emphasis On Customer Service

As a family-owned-and-operated auto shop, we always prioritize the needs of our customers. We put safety first, and are careful to inspect key systems like your brakes whenever you come in for oil changes and other essential maintenance. Expect quality workmanship, attention to detail, and world-class customer service.

Contact us for a free estimate for brake service. We proudly serve drivers from Greensboro, High Point, Pleasant Garden, Jamestown, and Kernersville, North Carolina.