When you go metal to metal on a drum or rotor, 90-percent of the time it will be too thin to resurface, causing added expense to a normal brake job
Daly City, CA (PRWEB) April 05, 2012
Sanford Firestone, a Daly City auto repair and tire store that offers brake repair services in the Daly City and Pacifica areas, is currently offering tips and discussing the importance of dealing with brake issues.
In order to keep cars at their best, consider the following tips from Sanford Firestone:
1) When a car driver steps on the brake pedal and hears a high-pitch squeal or a grinding noise, it’s time to have front and rear brakes inspected.
2) Don’t delay. Some customers think, “I can wait until next week." But those extra days may cost the car driver more money by having to replace a brake drum or rotor.
“When you go metal to metal on a drum or rotor, 90-percent of the time it will be too thin to resurface, causing added expense to a normal brake job,” Sanford said.
3) To keep cars at top performance, have tires rotated and brakes inspected with every oil change, which is about every 5,000 miles.
“This will save you time and money. A close brake pad or shoe will be noticed by our technicians, allowing you to get the most out of every brake job.”
Sanford Firestone offers a variety of vehicle products and services, including tires, brake repairs, suspension work, auto repairs and smog checks. With every oil change, tire rotation or brake inspection, Sanford Firestone also offers a free "Courtesy Inspection."
For more information about any of Sanford Firestone’s products or services, call 650-355-1155, view the auto repair shop on the web at http://www.sanfordfirestone.com or visit 705 Hickey Blvd. in Pacifica.
About Sanford Firestone
Sanford Firestone is the leading auto repair shop located in the Daly City area that offers a myriad of car services, from brake repairs to tire checks to car part replacements. The auto repair shop keeps clients’ vehicles in top condition and offers hassle-free information to protect vehicles and keep them running for a very long time.