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At Cambridge VW, we offer exclusive special offers to help keep your vehicle’s braking system in top condition. Regular brake maintenance is essential for safe and smooth driving, and our special discounts make it more affordable than ever.

Why Regular Brake Maintenance Matters

  • Safety: Effective brakes are crucial for your safety and others on the road. Regular maintenance ensures prompt and reliable braking performance.
  • Performance: Well-maintained brakes provide better control and stability, especially in emergencies, enhancing your driving experience.
  • Cost Savings: Early detection and repair of brake issues can prevent more expensive repairs in the future, saving you money.
  • Longevity: Routine maintenance extends the lifespan of your brake system, ensuring long-term efficiency.

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QWhy is regular brake maintenance important?

A: Regular brake maintenance ensures your braking system functions efficiently, enhancing safety, performance, and vehicle longevity. It helps prevent brake failure and costly repairs by identifying and addressing issues early.

Q: How often should I have my brakes inspected?

A: It's recommended to have your brakes inspected at least once a year or every 20,000 kilometers, whichever comes first. However, if you notice any issues like squeaking, grinding, or reduced braking efficiency, you should have them checked immediately.

Q: What are the signs that my brakes need to be serviced?

A: Common signs that your brakes need servicing include:

  • Squeaking or grinding noises
  • A soft or spongy brake pedal
  • Longer stopping distances
  • Vibrations or pulsations when braking
  • A burning smell while driving
  • Brake warning light on your dashboard

Q: How long do brake pads typically last?

A: Brake pads usually last between 48,000 to 112,000 kilometers, depending on driving habits, vehicle type, and brake pad material. Regular inspections will help determine the exact lifespan of your brake pads.

Q: What is the difference between brake pads and brake rotors?

A: Brake pads press against the brake rotors (discs) to create friction, which slows down your vehicle. Brake rotors are the discs that the pads grip to stop the wheels from spinning. Both are critical for the braking process and need regular maintenance.

Q: Can I drive with worn brake pads?

A: Driving with worn brake pads is dangerous as it can lead to brake failure and reduced stopping power, increasing the risk of accidents. It also causes damage to other braking components, leading to more costly repairs.

Q: What is brake fluid, and why is it important?

A: Brake fluid is a hydraulic fluid that transfers the force from your brake pedal to the brake calipers, enabling the braking process. It is essential for maintaining proper brake function and should be checked and replaced as recommended by your vehicle’s manufacturer.

Q: How can I prolong the life of my brakes?

A: To extend the life of your brakes:

  • Drive smoothly and avoid sudden stops
  • Reduce speed before braking
  • Avoid carrying excessive loads
  • Maintain regular brake inspections and servicing
  • Use high-quality brake components

Q: Are there different types of brake pads?

A: Yes, there are several types of brake pads, including ceramic, organic, and metallic. Each type has its benefits and is suited for different driving conditions. Consult with our service team to determine the best option for your vehicle.


Q: How can I schedule a brake service appointment?

A: You can easily schedule a brake service appointment by visiting our website and using the online scheduling tool, or by calling our service department directly. Our team will be happy to assist you with your brake service needs.