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Schmidt Auto Care

285a Hiawatha Trail
Springboro, OH 45066

When Should You Replace The Brakes On Your Car? 

If you have driven any car for any period of time, there will come the time when your brakes need attention. You might hear some squealing when you press the brake pedal, or the car may pull from one side or the other. If this type of experience occurs, it may be time for brake repair or brake replacements.

It is helpful to understand how a braking system in a car works, then an intelligent course of action can be followed in maintaining and repairing brakes when they go bad. First, there is the rotor, which is a round disk that spins the same speed as the wheel. The rotor is pressed against by the brake pad when the driver puts on the brakes. Finally, there are the calipers, which press the brake pads against the rotor to slow down the turning wheels.

You should have your braking system checked periodically by your expert mechanic to ensure that the brake fluid is not leaking and it is in good supply. The brake fluid applies hydraulic pressure on the system when the brake pedal is pressed. The mechanic will also check the rotor for wear, the brake pads for wear and the workability of the entire braking system.

Brake pads are designed to squeal when they begin to wear down and the squealing gets louder the more they wear. If they wear down too far, they will be ineffective and will not slow down the vehicle enough to be safe. This may involve a full job of brake repair or brake replacements of the key parts of the braking system.

Sometimes when the brake fluid is in the system for a long time, it is good to have what is called a brake flush. This is simply the replacement of the brake fluid as it wears down the more it is used.

At Schmidt Auto Care, We Pride Ourselves on Getting your Brakes Serviced, Repaired, Replaced or Simply checked for Safety.

In fact, We Believe You Should Expect ONLY ASE Certified Auto technicians to provide the highest rated quality care for all of your Brake Service needs:

  • Quality brake repair parts
  • Premium brake inspections
  • No appointments necessary
  • Please call ahead for fastest auto service & maintenance
  • Locally owned & operated
  • We even back our work with the industry leading warranty

We are Proudly Serving all the Local Residents of Springboro, OH, and Other Surrounding Areas.

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Looking for Quality Brake Repair? Visit Schmidt Auto Care for Expert Brake Service. We're located at 285a Hiawatha Trail, Springboro, OH 45066.

When Should You Replace The Brakes On Your Car? 

If you have driven any car for any period of time, there will come the time when your brakes need attention. You might hear some squealing when you press the brake pedal, or the car may pull from one side or the other. If this type of experience occurs, it may be time for brake repair or brake replacements.

It is helpful to understand how a braking system in a car works, then an intelligent course of action can be followed in maintaining and repairing brakes when they go bad. First, there is the rotor, which is a round disk that spins the same speed as the wheel. The rotor is pressed against by the brake pad when the driver puts on the brakes. Finally, there are the calipers, which press the brake pads against the rotor to slow down the turning wheels.

You should have your braking system checked periodically by your expert mechanic to ensure that the brake fluid is not leaking and it is in good supply. The brake fluid applies hydraulic pressure on the system when the brake pedal is pressed. The mechanic will also check the rotor for wear, the brake pads for wear and the workability of the entire braking system.

Brake pads are designed to squeal when they begin to wear down and the squealing gets louder the more they wear. If they wear down too far, they will be ineffective and will not slow down the vehicle enough to be safe. This may involve a full job of brake repair or brake replacements of the key parts of the braking system.

Sometimes when the brake fluid is in the system for a long time, it is good to have what is called a brake flush. This is simply the replacement of the brake fluid as it wears down the more it is used.

At Schmidt Auto Care, We Pride Ourselves on Getting your Brakes Serviced, Repaired, Replaced or Simply checked for Safety.

In fact, We Believe You Should Expect ONLY ASE Certified Auto technicians to provide the highest rated quality care for all of your Brake Service needs:

  • Quality brake repair parts
  • Premium brake inspections
  • No appointments necessary
  • Please call ahead for fastest auto service & maintenance
  • Locally owned & operated
  • We even back our work with the industry leading warranty

We are Proudly Serving all the Local Residents of Springboro, OH, and Other Surrounding Areas.

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Schmidt Auto CareAuto Repair Shop in Springboro, OH

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937-514-7860
contactus@schmidtautocare.com

285a Hiawatha Trail, Springboro, OH 45066

MON - FRI: 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM, SAT-SUN: Closed

Mon:8:00am - 5:00pm
Tue:8:00am - 5:00pm
Wed:8:00am - 5:00pm
Thu:8:00am - 5:00pm
Fri:8:00am - 5:00pm
Sat:Closed
Sun:Closed

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