What’s That Screeching? | Brake Repair

If your brakes are screeching when you stop, it’s time to find a Madison brake repair expert.

When you were returning home after taking the kids to see Cows on the Concourse over the weekend, you noticed that your car is pulling to one side when you step on the brakes. You’re wondering if you should drop by Terry’s Car Care to let our expert auto mechanics check things out after you drop the kids off at the WIAA boys’ golf state tournament this morning.

Stopping by Terry’s is a good idea. Pulling to one side while braking is one sign that your brake linings are wearing or that you have dirt in your brake fluid. Other warning signs that you need brake repair, according to J.D. Power: a high-pitched screeching sound when you stop, slow response when you apply the brakes, a brake pedal that seems to sink to the floor, grinding and growling, and vibration. You’ve even peered at the brakes in the spaces between the spokes on your wheels and you’ve noticed that your brake pad is worn to less than ¼ of an inch.

Terry’s can handle your brake repair needs. Terry’s has been the trusted Madison auto repair and tire service shop for about 50 years. While you’re here, ask for details about our money-saving discounts on brake repair and auto repair, including $10 back in the form of a prepaid VISA card when you buy a qualifying NAPA disc brake pad.

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