Does your car making strange noise when applying the brakes?

 brake repair

Does it seem like it takes longer to stop?

Brakes

When the time comes due for auto brake service, put your vehicle in the qualified hands of the professionals at Hi-Tech Auto Repair. As a leader among local-area brake repair shops, we guarantee you’ll get the very best service for your vehicle—whether you just need new pads and shoes or you’re looking for a performance braking solution and complete retrofit.

We aim to keep our drivers safe out on the road with high-caliber brake services and best-in-class products. Additionally, you can turn to us for some of the best brake service specials around, making this essential service more affordable for you!

Don’t leave your car’s biggest safety feature neglected or under-serviced. Instead, count on Hi-Tech Auto Repair to make sure your brakes are always in perfect working condition, ready to stop on a dime to keep you safe out on the road.

BRAKE SERVICE AND REPAIRS

When you hit the brakes, you want your vehicle to stop on a dime. When you trust Hi-Tech Auto Repair for brake repair and service, you’re putting your safety in the hands of professionals who guarantee it. We provide a full scope of brake-related services, dedicated to restoring and preserving the stopping power of your vehicle.

Our professionals know how to handle a wide range of car services. Whether you drive a passenger car or medium sized truck or SUV, our mechanics strive to ensure that your vehicle will be performing at its best.

Caring for your brakes

Caring for your car’s brakes means more than just replacing them as they fail—it means staying on top of each life-saving component. Take a look at the many ways Hi-Tech Auto Repair helps you stay safe on the road:

Brake replacements: If you hear squealing or feel rumbling when you compress the brake pedal, it means your brakes are wearing thin. We replace worn pads and shoes on your vehicle to ensure maximum stoppage from your braking system.

Brake line bleed: Does your brake pedal feel “mushy”? Do you have to press the pedal far into the floor before the brakes really start to engage? These problems indicate air in your brake line. We’ll bleed the line to remove any air, putting in fresh brake fluid to promote responsiveness from your brakes.

Brake repair: If you drive too long on worn-out brakes, damage to braking components can occur. Calipers can crack, rotors can warp and more, leaving your brakes dangerously ineffective. Our team will thoroughly inspect your brakes to ensure these problems are caught and fixed before they fail out on the road.

Brake inspections: It’s recommended to have your brakes inspected every 12,000 miles—or about once every year. Our expert team will happily observe your brake system’s form and function. If it looks good, you’ll have peace of mind; if there are damages, we’ll get them fixed.

Do you need brake services?

Most people come to us for brake service when they notice a loss in stopping power. But did you also know there are other indicators to help you stay on top of brakes before they fail? Be mindful of the following:

• The brake or tire light on your dashboard comes on
• You hear a squealing or squeaking when you press the brake pedal
• You feel a bumping or grinding when you compress the brake
• Your vehicle pulls to one side when the brakes are engaged
• The brake pedal feels spongy or responds poorly

If you notice any of the above symptoms while driving, waste no time in making an appointment for brake service with Hi-Tech Auto Repair. It’s dangerous to drive with under performing brakes! Our mechanics will replace and service them to keep you and everyone around you on the road in safe company.

Wheel and Tire Services –
Hi-Tech Auto

Your wheels are the only things between the rest of your car and the ground it’s driving on. Make sure you’re paying close attention to your wheels and tires, as well as all of the critical parts that keep them rolling along.

Alignment

Notice your car veering off center? Pulling or veering is a sign you need vehicle alignment service in Laurel. We use state-of-the-art equipment to measure and correct your alignment. We’ll save your tires from excess wear and your suspension from unnecessary duress.

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Tire Rotation

Tire rotations are necessary for even tread wear. To give you the most out of your investment in quality tires, we perform rotations that preserve them for longer, affording you better traction and fuel economy, among other handling benefits.

Suspension

Suspension troubles can leave your car shaking and shuddering after even the smallest bump in the road. Our crew works on shocks, struts and all other suspension components to reduce the jarring of potholes and general driving, while also lowering the wear on your tires and wheels.

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COMPONENTS OF THE BRAKING SYSTEM

MASTER BRAKE CYLINDER, Thіѕ device is rеѕроnѕіblе fоr taking the signal from your brake реdаl and transferring pressure  tо еасh wheel. The саlіреrѕ оr drum assemblies move tо help ѕlоw and ѕtор your vеhісlе.
BRAKE FLUID RESERVOIR,  Thіѕ іѕ where уоu’ll nееd tо add brake fluіd following brake changes, оr іf you nееd tо cap оff the fluid level
BRAKE LINES, Thіѕ іѕ the conduit fоr the brake fluid. Brаkе lіnеѕ travel to еасh wheel and originate near the mаѕtеr cylinder.
BRAKE ROTOR, A spinning dіѕс behind your wheel, this іѕ compressed by brake раdѕ fоr the nесеѕѕаrу stopping роwеr. Thе rоtоr іѕ directly connected to each tіrе. Tо stop your саr, the rоtоr must ѕtор spinning. It ѕtорѕ spinning bу frісtіоn сrеаtеd bу the brake pads.
BRAKE PADS, There are two раdѕ реr rotor, and each presses against the rоtоr when the brake pedal іѕ рrеѕѕеd.
CALIPERS, Lосаtеd around the rоtоr, they’re rеѕроnѕіblе for moving the brake раdѕ, thanks tо an interior ріѕtоn. Thе саlіреr аррlіеѕ pressure and activates brake раdѕ ѕо the pads сrеаtе contact with the rоtоrѕ. Thе caliper rеԛuіrеѕ brake fluіd in оrdеr tо funсtіоn properly
DRUM BRAKE ASSEMBLY Uѕuаllу lосаtеd оn the rear wheels, the drum assembly uses brake ѕhоеѕ that move outward tоwаrd the inner surface оf the drum. Thіѕ frictions enable the wheels tо slow and stop.