Brakes are one of the most critical components of a vehicle – without the ability to slow your vehicle you put yourself and others on the road at risk. It’s recommended to have your brake inspected every time you service your vehicle. That number can vary, however, depending on how much you drive, the type of car you drive and what types of conditions you drive in.
If you find yourself in stop and go traffic often, your brake pads will need to be replaced more frequently. The same goes for long distance commuters, trucks with heavy loads/tows and on-the-go parents or students. Safety first, that’s what we preach here’s at Brad’s Foreign and Domestic auto shop. There’s no such thing as too safe when it comes to your vehicle. Luckily, your brakes will warn you when they need inspecting, they’ll squeak!
There are a few reasons why brakes will give off that sound –