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The braking system in your car is one of the most important safety components, allowing you to slow down, stop, avoid potential accidents and keep your car stationary when parked. There’s a lot more to the braking system than just brake pads; it’s vital that you get the entire system checked regularly to ensure your family travels safely. When you need your brakes serviced, you cannot afford to make any mistakes. We only use the highest quality, new  brake parts.

Why are your brakes important?

Brakes are the most important safety feature in your car. One of the easiest ways to tell if they’re working properly is to check your brake warning light. If it’s on, they need attention. That’s simple enough. But what about the less-obvious warning signs? If you experience any of these signs, you should have your brakes checked by a specialist:

– Your car loses grip when braking
– Your car pulls to the left or right when braking
– Your brake pedal is low, hard, soft or spongy
– Your steering wheel shudders when you brake
– Your brakes screech or squeal
– Your car takes longer to stop than normal


Brakes service starting from $88/axle (not including pads and rotors)
Certified brake components available -
No Warranty for jobs done with uncertified parts provided by customers -



Sticking Brake Pedal
If your pedal fails to release, this may indicate a faulty master cylinder.
If left too long, this condition causes serious damage, requiring expensive repairs. This can lead to total brake failure.


Noisy brakes
Noisy brakes indicate the possibility of worn brake pads or linings.
If your car is displaying this warning sign, have it checked immediately.


Car Veers on Braking
If your car veers or pulls to one side when you apply the brakes.
It may be as simple as adjusting your tyre pressure or the problem may be with your braking system, particularly the calipers.


Locking Brakes
If your brakes grab or lock with only light pressure.
The most probable cause is grease or oil on your brake linings. There may also be loose or broken components that could cause your brakes to fail in an emergency.


Vibration (Steering wheel or vehicle)
If there is a vibration in the pedal, steering or entire vehicle when you apply the brakes.
this can indicate problems with the brake drum or rotor, a faulty steering mechanism, or other loose components. These conditions all affect the handling of your vehicle.


Pulsating Brake pedal
If your brake pedal pulsates under foot when pressure is applied.
Most likely, the brake disc or drums are out of true alignment. This can be dangerous in wet conditions, can lead to increased wear on the braking system and uneven tyre wear.


Warning Light
If your brake warning light comes on, your brakes could be near total failure.
If your car is displaying this warning sign, get it checked immediately.

Hard Pedal
If extreme foot pressure is required to depress your brake pedal, get your brakes checked immediately.
The underlying cause could be with the power brakes, or possibly restricted hydraulic lines, frozen calipers or wheel cylinders, or damaged brake linings. All of these problems demand immediate attention to ensure that your brakes continue to function effectively and safely.


Low Pedal
If your brakes do not activate until the brake pedal is almost touching the floor.
A quick check-up will soon identify the problem. You need your brakes to respond quickly in an emergency, so do not ignore this problem.


Spongy Brake Pedal
If your brake pedal feels spongy after heavy use, this could indicate moisture in the brake fluid.
Clean brake fluid is critical to the performance of your brakes. Moisture in the system reduces braking efficiency and can corrode brake components, potentially resulting in total brake failure.