Brake Maintenance


Some people get their brakes checked every six months; others make it an annual appointment. A brake pad's lifespan depends on its type, what kind of car it's on, and how often it's used. For example, the brake pads on a commuter car that is constantly in stop-and-go traffic will deteriorate quicker than ones on a less-taxed vehicle. The most important thing to remember about brakes: if they start squeaking it's time to get them checked.

Your brake system is one of the most vital safety components of your car. Overly worn brake pads are dangerous. If your brakes feel a little soft or if they are squeaking, it's time to get them checked out. 

Brake pads are designed to "squeak" or make a grinding noise when they are near the end of their useful life. Checking out squeaking brakes as soon as possible could prevent permanent damage to your braking system and save expensive repair costs.

Good 2 Go Tirecraft Auto Centre performs hundreds of break system repairs each year. Call us today to schedule an appointment and we will ensure your brake system is working well.

Brake Maintenance - Good 2 Go Tirecraft Auto Centre