When it comes to the performance of any vehicle, keeping your brakes maintained is important for your safety and the safety of those around you.
As with many mechanical parts in your car, your brakes are high on the priority list to keep in check – and Hudson Automotive is here to help with your domestic and European vehicle repairs through our local team of auto and truck repair experts!
Brake Maintenance and Your Safety
When it comes to the safety of your vehicle, your braking system tops the list for crucial maintenance and quality control. Letting your brakes deteriorate can lead to serious consequences – which we want to help you avoid through our maintenance program.
We understand that all the checks and balances that comes with owning a vehicle aren’t commonly known to a lot of our customers, which is why we are here to help offer a friendly reminder each time you visit, caring for your auto and your overall protection within it.
Quality Auto Care Matters
Whether addressing your brake concerns, changing your oil, servicing your transmission – or any other number of maintenance check; the quality of your auto care in Langley matters to us – as it should to you as well!
With highly trained auto technicians backed by decades of service, we guarantee our auto care, helping you maintain the optimal condition and performance of your car, while keeping your warrantees in good standing order as well.
Our Preventive Maintenance Services Includes:
- Comprehensive Safety Inspection
- Lube, Oil & Filter change (recommended every 3 months/5,000 km with standard oil and 6 months/8,000 km for synthetic)
- Cooling System Flush
- Brake System Check and Brake Fluid Flush
- Transmission Service and Transmission Fluid Flush
- Tire Condition inspected for wear, air pressure and rotated
- Battery Service
- Belts and Hoses inspected for wear and tear
- Air Filters inspected and replaced if necessary
- Wiper Blades checked and replaced if necessary
- …and more!
Your braking system requires regularly brake and hydraulic fluid checks, as well as having your brake pads and discs inspected every 16,000 – 26,000km. Contaminated hydraulic fluid can slowly destroy your brakes, so having it drained and replaced will ensure the safety and longevity of your braking system.
Looking for a trusted auto repair shop in Langley? Call us today to schedule an appointment and experience what we can do for you!