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Are you looking for Brake Service for your vehicle?


For a safe on-road performance and to maintain the handling efficiency of your vehicle, proper functioning of the braking system is important. Moreover, according to DVSA’s regulations, optimal functioning of your car braking system is one of the parameters to receive a VT20 MOT “pass” certificate.

If you are concerned about your car’s braking performance and are looking for a reliable garage for brake repair Evesham, don’t look any further. Book an appointment with Vale Tyre Exhaust & Service Centre for expert inspection of your vehicle’s braking system.

Our fully trained staff will perform a thorough inspection of each brake component to know the crux of the issue. After completing the assessment, we will provide you with a quote for any necessary repair or replacement.

We stock OE-grade spares at our garage and can offer prompt and affordable brake replacements for any vehicle make and model.

How can we help?

At our trusted garage for brake pad replacement Evesham, our highly trained experts will conduct the following brake checks:

  • Brake pads
  • Caliper
  • Rotors
  • Brake discs
  • Wheel speed sensor
  • Emergency brake
  • Master cylinder
  • Brake pedal, etc.

Symptoms of brake failure

You need to visit a reliable garage for brake repair Evesham like us if you detect the following issues:

Vibrations in the brake pedal- Damaged rotors cause odd vibrations in the brake pedal.

Griding noise- If you hear grinding noises every time you apply the brakes, it is a tell-tale sign of damaged brake pads.

Car pulling to a particular direction- If your car drifts in a specific direction while braking, it indicates a damaged caliper.

Soft brake pedal- If you feel a soft brake pedal, visit us immediately for an inspection. A soft brake pedal indicates inadequate brake fluid. Faults in the master cylinder can also be one of the reasons behind a soft brake pedal.

Other symptoms include:

  • Squealing sounds
  • Thinning of the brake pads
  • Taking a longer time stop the car, etc.

If you are noticing any of these symptoms, feel free to visit our garage for brake pad replacement Evesham services.

How often should you opt for a brake inspection?

Though it depends on the car brand, make and model of the brake components, driving pattern, etc., experts at our garage recommend checking the braking system every 15,000 miles as a precautionary measure.

However, the following factors can cause premature brake failure, and you need to be more careful:

  • Overloading your car
  • Frequent driving on rough terrains
  • Overheating of brake pads
  • Loss of hydraulic fluid pressure
  • Leaking hydraulic fluid, etc.

To end your search for a “brake repairing service near me”, visit us directly or give us a call for more information.

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