How Do Brakes Work?
There are two main elements at play when we’re talking about a braking system. Brake pads and brake rotors, also known as discs. When you press down on the brake pedal, the brake pads clamp onto the brake rotors which slows the wheel. The more time passes, the more wear and tear your brakes will undergo. As that happens, bring your Chevrolet in to McCullough Auto Care in Atlanta for routine service checks and brake maintenance.
Do I Need New Brakes?
A good rule of thumb is every 50,000 miles, but it’s tough to say an exact number with so many possible variables. If you experience any of the signs below, it might be time to have your brakes replaced.
- Squealing and grinding while braking
- Brake pedal pushes down with little resistance
- Vehicle pulls to one side while braking
- Brake pads less than a quarter inch thick
- Vibrating brake pedal
- Dashboard indicator light is on
We Service More Than Chevrolet Brakes
We’re not just a brake shop. We’re a full service Chevrolet repair shop in Atlanta, capable of way more than brake replacement. We use only original equipment and factory grade parts for all Chevy services and repairs. We don’t cut corners with our parts or our service. Each Chevrolet that comes through our garage receives professional, quality care from a certified technician.
Our cutting edge diagnostic equipment allows us pinpoint problem areas quickly. This eliminates guess work and gets you back behind the wheel fast. We value your time as an individual. This makes us want to do a proper job the first time, every time.
We also offer a 12-month/12,000-mile warranty. Click here to see full list of Chevrolet services.