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Recommended Every 25,000 – 50,000 Miles
Includes: Pads or linings replacement. Check calipers, hoses, and hardware. Inspect master cylinder. Replenish brake fluid. Examine tire for irregular wear.
As a vehicle owner, you need to keep up on numerous brake system service procedures for your Volkswagen. We provide brake service to vehicle owners in Gainesville at Volkswagen of Gainesville. Our dealership is at 3737 North Main Street. You’ll find us at the intersection of North Main Street and Route 222. We provide service to Volkswagen owners in Gainesville, Newberry, Alachua, Arredondo, Windsor, and other neighboring communities.
Brake pad replacement is a simple procedure. When we replace your brake pads, we take out your old brake pads and replace them with OEM Volkswagen brake pads. Depending on your needs, we might only replace your front or rear brake pads. Front and rear brake pads can wear out at different times. You may need front brake pad replacement before you need rear brake pad replacement. Front brake pads tend to wear out more quickly because they experience more of the stress when you are braking.
The brake pads are essential for stopping your vehicle. Most vehicle braking systems work through friction between brake pads and rotors. Volkswagen brake pad replacement is important because brake pads wear out gradually due to this friction. It’s important to get your brake pads replaced because worn down brake pads won’t create the needed amount of friction. Not having your brake pads replaced when you need to is bad for your brake calipers and brake rotors.
The best way to tell if you need new brake pads is to pay attention to your vehicle’s brake response. If your brakes start working differently than they used to, you probably need brake pad replacement or another brake system service. Signs your brake pads need replacing include scraping noises while braking and a spongy feeling when you press your brake pedal. Your brake pads should last between 25,000 and 50,000 miles. Brake pad lifespan depends on the position of the pads, whether they’re on the front or rear wheels, and your driving habits. Avoid traveling at excessively high speeds and applying your brakes unnecessarily to prolong brake pad lifespan.
Get in touch with us to schedule service when you need new brake pads. You can schedule an appointment on our website or by calling our service department. Because Volkswagen of Gainesville is a factory certified facility, our technicians are experts at performing work on Volkswagen models. Also, we use OEM parts when we perform work on Volkswagen vehicles. Our expertise in the mechanics of Volkswagens is not the only reason to come to us for service. We also offer many different amenities that make auto service easier and more convenient for you.
Volkswagen of Gainesville, North Main Street, Gainesville, FL, USA