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Jimmy Britt Chevrolet Brake Service

If you aren’t sure where to get brake service near Athens, GA, turn to Jimmy Britt Chevrolet! The car maintenance professionals at our Chevrolet, Buick or GMC vehicle dealership near Athens, GA, have the answers to all your brake pad replacement and brake service questions. Whether you’re wondering, “How often do you need to change your brakes?” or “How much should it cost to replace brake pads?” our auto repair team has the knowledge and expertise needed to deliver high-quality brake repairs. Learn the warning signs of brake failure below and schedule brake service at our Greensboro Chevrolet, Buick or GMC dealership if you suspect any of the following. We’ll be there to perform the accurate brake replacement or brake service your vehicle needs!

When Should I Replace Brake Pads?

Wondering when you should replace the brake pads on your Chevrolet, Buick or GMC vehicles? Learn the telltale signs of brake failure at our Greensboro dealership. If you find that your Chevrolet is taking longer than normal to stop or that your Buick or GMC vehicle is making squealing, squeaking or screeching noises when you apply the brakes, schedule brake service at Jimmy Britt Chevrolet. Having to apply excessive force to the brakes to bring your Chevrolet, Buick or GMC vehicle to a stop is one of the many warning signs associated with failing brakes, so turn to the trusted team at our Chevy dealership for expert brake repairs.
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How Do I Know if My Brake Pads Are Worn Out?

Still not sure if you need Chevrolet, Buick or GMC brake service? Here are a few additional signs that your vehicle requires brake repairs:
  • The brake warning indicator light appears on your dash.
  • When pressure is applied, the brake pedal feels mushy or soft, or it goes straight to the floor.
  • It's extremely difficult to bring your car to a full stop and it takes additional time to slow down.
  • You hear strange noises -- like screeching, squealing or grinding -- when you press the brake pedal.
  • When you hit the brakes, your car pulls to one side or the other.
  • The brake pedal begins vibrating when you apply pressure.
To learn more about what brake service includes and to hear our latest service specials, contact Jimmy Britt Chevrolet. We have your Chevrolet, Buick or GMC brake repair needs covered!

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