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Dependable and Trustworthy Brake Services

At McKinney Tire Pros, we understand having your car serviced can be an inconvenience to your daily routine. That is why we are committed to offering our customers fast and dependable services without cutting any corners or jeopardizing the safety of your vehicle. When it comes to your brakes, it’s critical you have them inspected and serviced appropriately by trained and certified technicians like our team here for the safety of you and your passengers. If you’re using more foot force to stop than usual, or your brakes are making noise, schedule an appointment with us today.

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Signs Your Brakes Need Repair

Unlike an oil change, you can’t circle a date on the calendar or keep an eye on the odometer to remind yourself when it’s time to have your brakes serviced. However, a routine brake inspection at McKinney Tire Pros is a surefire way to get a professional opinion on the status of your brakes. As a driver, you can also pay attention to warning signs your brakes need service, such as:

  • Grinding or squeaking noises when you apply the brakes
  • Having to use more force on the brake pedal than usual to come to a routine stop
  • A soft or squishy brake pedal
  • Steering wheel vibration when you apply the brakes

Schedule a Brake Inspection Today

If any of the above signs sound familiar or you can’t remember the last time you had your brakes looked at or replaced, schedule a brake inspection at McKinney Tire Pros in Conway, AR. We will inspect your brake pads, rotors, calipers, hoses, and fluid levels and give you an honest assessment of each part. Pads need to be replaced the most often, with the other parts requiring replacement less frequently. However, keeping up with brake inspections and replacing parts when needed is the best way to avoid higher-priced car repairs down the road. Schedule your service with us today.

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