When it comes to brake repair in the greater Lexington area, Scheller Automotive is your brake repair specialist. Waiting to have brakes serviced when there’s a problem will only make matters worse. Your car’s brakes are its last line of defense, so be sure to have them inspected at the first sign of trouble.
If your brakes are starting to fail or are showing signs of wear and tear, you need to visit Scheller Automotive for brake repair work. We offer quick, dependable brake repair services designed to get you safely back out on the road as soon as possible. We pride ourselves on quality, honesty and integrity in everything that we do. Our team at Scheller Automotive is dedicated to your satisfaction, whether you’re a first-time customer or a repeat client.
No matter which type you have, our ASE-certified technicians check every piece and detail of your brake system so that you know exactly which parts need replacing immediately or in the near future. Then we can work with you to find an efficient solution to your brake problems. When you suspect that it’s time for brake repair or replacement, Scheller Automotive does a thorough brake inspection. Signs that indicate your brakes might need repair:
Our experienced team knows that brake functionality extends beyond brake pads. If your vehicle’s brakes are not functioning properly, then you, your family and others on the road run the risk of an accident. We can check your brakes quickly. Our ASE-certified technicians don’t just inspect your brake pads, they examine the rotors and brake fluid too, to ensure that your brakes are functioning as they should.
For a driver who puts 12,000 to 15,000 miles per year on a vehicle, that works out to 75,000 applications of the brakes in that year’s time. Since it can take 40,000 to 60,000 miles for brake pads to wear down to a point of needing replacement, it’s easy to take brakes for granted.
With Scheller Automotive, you can have the confidence of knowing that when you press your foot to the brake, your vehicle will come to a stop.