Ensuring that your Subaru always has plenty of stopping power is critical when it comes to enjoying a safer, smoother drive around the Raleigh area. That's why we urge you to bring your Subaru to our team of service experts for brake repair whenever your brakes start showing signs of trouble. Our Subaru-trained technicians can inspect, adjust, and repair your car's brake components so that you can breathe a little easier as you travel around town.

How to Tell When Your Brakes Need Attention

We recommend scheduling brake inspections at least twice a year to stay ahead of potential problems. There are also several warning signs to watch out for that could indicate brake trouble, so it helps to watch out for them and let our team know so that we can fix the problem before it gets worse.

Keep a weather eye out for the following signs that your brakes need service:

  • Worn Brake Pads:

    If your brake pads have less than a quarter-inch of pad material left, it's time to replace them to ensure that your brakes can work properly and provide the stopping power you need for a safer drive.

  • Unusual Sounds:

    You shouldn't hear noises like squealing, growling, or grinding when you brake, so we encourage you to make an appointment at our Subaru service center in Cary if you notice any strange sounds so that we can get to the bottom of it before your car suffers damage.

  • Spongy Brake Pedal:

    If your brake pedal feels like it needs more force than normal, your brakes likely need repair. A less-responsive brake pedal can be a safety hazard, so please don't hesitate to schedule service to get your brakes checked.

Schedule brake service at our Subaru service center serving Durham today if your car is due for a brake inspection or in need of brake repair. We'll get you back on the road safely in no time!

Categories: Service
Tags: brakes, service