Taking care of your brakes
Brakes are your first line of defense against obstructions on the road and dangerous drivers. Keeping your brakes properly maintained can help to keep you and your family safe.
The trusted mechanics at My Auto Center in Vancouver Washington are here to make sure your brakes are working their best so you can stop when you need to.
Common Brake Problem Indicators:
- The Brake Light Indicator on the dashboard is red
- The Brake Light Indicator on the dashboard is amber
- You can hear squeaking or grinding when you brake
- The brakes feel spongy or are slow to respond
If you’re noticing any of these issues on your vehicle, it’s critical for your safety and others on the road to have your brakes serviced by a trained professional as soon as possible.
At My Auto Center our trained technicians are qualified to handle nearly any braking system issue.
Our Brake Services
My Auto Center’s Customer Promise
Many brake repair organizations make their money by recommending services that a customer doesn’t actually need. Many of our customers have complained about experiences at our competitors including Les Schwab Tire Center, where they have brakes replaced that still had thousands of miles of healthy driving left on them. We make sure that your vehicle receives the services it needs to operate safely, without replacing anything that doesn’t need replacing. If it isn’t broken, we won’t charge you to fix it!
"I have been a customer of their's for 14 years. I started with their non-profit Carpenter's Garage then joined their membership program. Both programs are wonderful. I started out as a customer but now have a car repair family that I can count on and trust. I can always count on their help when the need arises."
"I have been using this shop for a year now, and the work is always done right. I use my car for my sole income, and when I found myself in a financial crisis with bad to no options, they worked with me to come up with a payment plan. There truly are good, honest people in this world, and I am most grateful."