Honda Brakes and Rotor Service


 

If you're gonna go, you're eventually going to have to stop.

So Maintain Your Brakes!!!

There are two BIG reasons to check and maintain your brakes. 

The most important reason is safety. Poorly maintained brakes may not stop your car in the time and distance required, or may cause your car to pull to one side or another. 

Secondly, you can save money if you maintain your brakes throughout the life of your car instead of having to get new brakes. 

Speaking Brake Language :-)

 

Brakes sound complicated, but you really only need to know about:
  • Hydrolic fluid - carries the pressure you put on the brake pedal to the Calipers
  • Calipers - press the brake pads against the rotor to slow the wheel
  • Brake Pads - replaceable pads that are pressed against the rotor
  • Rotor - the part of the wheel that is pressed to slow or stop your car   

Check Brakes Regularly

Check your brakes every 10,000 to 15,000 miles. In other words, every other time you change your oil, get your brakes checked. Also, when you have your tires rotated, it's good to have the brakes checked too. Since the tires are off, it's easy for technicians to give your brakes a once over. Here's what will be checked and might need to be replaced at your appointment.

What's the advantage of having the work done at our used car dealership?

RocketTown Honda has a longstanding reputation for customer service. Our technicians are factory-trained. We spend a great deal of money on special tools and equipment. And we use genuine parts.  

How long does it take to replace brake pads?

It only takes about 2 hours for your brake appointment. You can make an appointment online or on the phone.

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