Brake Center

It all starts with stopping.

Trust the factory-trained experts at the Quick Lane at Tommie Vaughn brake center to service and/or install your new brakes. 

Drop by for a complimentary brake inspection before a long drive or vacation. Our technicians will look for pad wear, leaks and a worn or scratched brake disc.

Among the brake services Quick Lane at Tommie Vaughn offers:

  • Disc brake inspection & replacement
  • Brake pad replacement
  • Brake line replacement
  • Drum brake inspection & replacement
  • Rotor inspection & replacement
  • Brake light inspection & replacement
  • Brake caliper inspection & replacement
  • Brake fluid replacement

 

How often you need new brake pads depends on your driving habits and where you drive. Typically, brake pads require replacement every 20,000 to 40,000 miles.

Quality parts and service helps your brake system last longer and perform better. Do your vehicle brakes squeal, squeak or create grinding noises? It could be a sign that your brake pads or rotors need immediate replacement. 

Stop by for a complimentary inspection at the Quick Lane at Tommie Vaughn today. 

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