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Brakes and Rotors

Brake and Rotor Repair in Lewisville, Texas

Starting and Stopping in Safety

The entire purpose of your vehicle is to get you from your location to your destination safely and swiftly. All of that is undercut by having a poor brake and rotor system. Brakes allow your car to stop when you need it to, and your rotors allow your brakes to do this without your car catching fire from the friction and heat.
If you’ve ever had a bad experience with brakes, you know how debilitating it can be for your driving experience. Allow Zoomerz Automotive to take the wheel and get your brakes back into shape. You and your passengers will enjoy the security of knowing that when you need to stop, you’ll be able to.

Brake Repair Basics

Your rotors are attached to your wheels. When you apply the brakes, they clamp down on the rotors, which bring your wheels to a halt. A properly functioning rotor distributes the heat throughout the brake so that it doesn’t wear down too quickly or overheat. Brakes and rotors will still endure a lot of wear and tear, so they need to be maintained or replaced every so often.

Rotor Maintenance and Your Car

The brake pad is applied directly to the rotor, causing the wheel to slow. If the brake pad wears out, you need to replace it immediately or risk damaging your rotors, which are more expensive to replace. You’ll hear a high-pitched squeal when you reach this point, which is a warning signal built into your brake system.
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Consult With Us Today

Swing by our shop to get your brakes tested and serviced. If we catch your brake problems early enough, we can restore them to excellent shape with minimal fuss.

However, if the brakes and rotors have worn down to a certain extent, there’s no choice but to replace them. It’s better to pay for some simple car repairs than pay for an accident further down the road.

Come by today and check us out. We’ve serviced countless vehicles since we opened in 2014. Our professional and precise technicians will get you back on the road in no time at all.
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