GMC Brake Service & Repair
THE MOST COMPREHENSIVE BRAKE SERVICE
We take brake repair & service to heart because when you need new brakes, you need the best.
We bring the best brake service to your driveway or at the office. Our comprehensive brake services ensure your vehicle will be braking properly and efficiently. Many shops don't go the extra mile when it comes to brake work, they simply slap pads on your vehicle and call it a day. We don't believe in taking shortcuts; we believe in quality. When you choose Best Damn Brakes, you're choosing:
For more details, please visit our FAQ's page or contact us today!
For over 111 years, GMC has been the pinnacle of American vehicle manufacturing. Originally named 'Grabowsky Motor Company', it was eventually taken control by William C. Durant of General Motors. GMC has mainly been focused on manufacturing trucks and utility vehicles. This foundation has led the company to what it is today, legendary!
Frequently Asked Questions
DO YOU COME TO ME?
Yes. We're a completely mobile brake repair company. We do not have a physical shop location.
HOW LONG DOES IT TAKE TO FIX MY BRAKES?
Most brake services take 1 to 2 hours to complete.
WHY ARE MY BRAKES GRINDING?
When you're experiencing brake grind, it means you waited too long to replace the brake pads. Once the brake pads wear out past he point of no return, the metal backing will start to contact the rotors. This metal on metal friction creates the grinding noise and destroys the rotors.
DO YOU CUT BRAKE ROTORS?
No. We do not cut brake rotors nor do we install precut rotors. Cutting or turning brake rotors makes them thinner. The thinner the brake rotors are the more susceptible they are to heat, cracks and distortion.
HOW DOES MOBILE BRAKE REPAIR WORK?
Simply fill out our free estimate request form and we'll get you a repair estimate pronto.
Upon estimate approval, set a date convenient for you to have your vehicle serviced.
On the day of, we'll text you with an ETA. Upon arrival, our technician(s) will confirm your vehicles' symptoms and begin the repair.
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