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Your Volkswagen’s brakes are more than just necessary. They’re your car’s most critical safety feature, so keeping up with your regularly scheduled brake system service is a must. However, even the best brakes aren’t designed to last forever. Many individual components, particularly your brake pads, are meant to wear out and require replacement sooner or later. If you’re in or near Pittsburgh and due for a front brake pad replacement, a rear brake pad replacement, or both, come to Cochran Volkswagen of South Hills and let us treat you right.
Even if your brakes seem to be functioning perfectly, you should still have your brake pads replaced approximately once every 25,000 – 50,000 miles. The idea is to replace them before they wear out or cause safety issues. However, some drivers find they need their pads replaced more frequently. This may be the case for you if you drive your car further or more often than average. Some drivers are also harder on their brakes or travel over rougher roads than others. If this is the case for you, it’s a good idea to ask your mechanic what frequency he recommends.
Always be on the lookout for warning signs you may require brake system service ahead of schedule. Get into the habit of visually inspecting your brakes a couple of times a month and come in for an inspection if your pads ever look thin or damaged in any way. You may also be in the market for new pads ahead of schedule if your brakes grind and squeal persistently or if your brake pedal feels soft or spongy when activated. Also, your brakes in front work harder than those in back, so some drivers find their front brakes require more frequent pad replacements.
Although nearly any mechanic will be willing to replace your brake pads for you, that doesn’t mean you should trust just anyone with the job. Only certified Volkswagen technicians like the ones here at the Cochran Volkswagen of South Hills service center can guarantee manufacturer-approved services and real OEM Volkswagen brake pads in Pittsburgh. If you’re in Castle Shannon, Pleasant Hills, White Hall, Carnegie, or anywhere else in the Pittsburgh, PA area, we’ve got you covered with impeccable, affordable service you can always trust. Come on down today, and let us take care of all your needs!
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