Save up to 40% on your repair compared to local Plano brake shops.
No more waiting rooms. We come to you - wherever you are.
Get OE quality parts without the high cost of a brick and mortar brake shop.
The Plano Mobile Brake Shop
Brake repair in your driveway in 90 minutes or less!
5-Star Rated Plano Brake Service
Hear why our customers are ditching local brake shops and having Brakes To You come to them!
Choose the best brakes near me in Plano, TX.
Budget brake shops use low-quality brake parts and up-charge you with hidden fees.
We only use OEM quality or better pads to ensure quality brake repair.
2 yr / 24k mile warranty
We Fix Brakes On Nearly Everything!
Have your brakes repaired at home on your Porsche, BMW, Mercedes-Benz, Ford, Nissan, & more.
Brake repair near me in Plano, TX!
We change brake pads and rotors on your vehicle and many more.
Schedule a certified brake technician in Plano to bring brake repair right to your driveway.
Why wait in a brake repair shop when you can have it come to you?
Do you really want your car take hostage by a brick and mortar shop? Why wait in a shop all day long when you can have a scheduled time for the brake shop to come to you? Really, we're that convenient. We come to you around your schedule, not the other way around. Once a brake shop gets your keys, you're on there time.
We come prepared with all the parts necessary to fix any brake related problem. When you go to a shop, your first wait to get your car in a bay then it will be diagnosed. Most shops will need to find the parts, send a runner over to get them, then come back to do your repair. All while you flip through a couple of dated magazines for a few hours.
We offer brake services in all of Plano along with the rest of DFW!
Plano neighborhoods we service include but aren't limited to:
West Dallas, Oak Cliff, Southeast Dallas, Pleasant Grove, Far North Dallas, Bent Tree, Glen Abbey, Northwood Hills – Valley View, Preston Highlands, Preston Trail, Prestonwood, Northeast Dallas, Lake Highlands, Merriman Park/University Manor, North Dallas, Melshire Estates, Preston Hollow, East Dallas, Casa View, Eastwood, Hillside, Lake Park Estates, Little Forest Hills, Mount Auburn, Old Lake Highlands, The Peninsula, Casa Linda, Forest Hills, Hollywood Heights – Santa Monica, Lakewood, Lakewood Heights, Lochwood, Lower Greenville, M Streets – Vickery Place, Wilshire Heights, Ridgewood Park, Northwest Dallas, Love Field, Midway Hollow, Northaven Park, Oak Cliff, Kiestwood, North Oak Cliff, Southwest Dallas, Central Dallas, Deep Ellum – Expo Park, Downtown Dallas, Medical District, Oak Lawn, Old East Dallas, South Dallas – Fair Park, The Design District, Uptown, Park Cities, Devonshire, Bluffview, Greenway Parks, Highland Park, University Park
Plano Bad Brake Signs
Let's face it, driving in Dallas is arduous. You can be pumping the brakes half the time on the Dallas North Tollway or sitting on them through Downtown Dallas. Either way, having squeaky or grinding brakes aren't just unsettling - they're flat out dangerous. If you leave your brakes unchecked, you can cause all sorts of harm to your brake system and put your safety at risk.
- signs of bad brake pads
If you're hearing loud pitched noises, chance are your brake pads are wearing low and are now hitting the brake wear sensor. The good news your brakes are meant to do this! Brake pads typically wear down around 50,000 miles. If you neglect the signs, you run the risk of causing worse wear to your brake system.
Vibrating or Pulsing Brakes
- signs of warped rotors
Rotors take a lot of abuse. They are constantly under intense amounts of heat (up to 400 degrees) and cooling. After awhile, that takes a toll on your rotors. If the brake pads are worn evenly you may not need to replace them. If they are worn unevenly, unfortunately you'd need to replace those as well to ensure proper braking.
Grinding or Rubbing Brakes
- signs of bad brake pad and rotors
If you neglect or are unaware the early signs of brake wear, you can cause more damage to your brake system. Grinding is a big indicator your brake pads are worn away and are now metal on metal with your brake rotors. If your rotors are scored (grooves) too deep you may need to replace your rotors and pads.
Brake pedal to the floor
- signs air is getting into your brake system
The brake system is a closed, contained unit. Pressure is kept from your master cylinder (what holds your brake fluid) all the way to you calipers which push the brake pads into your rotors. If air gets into your brake system, something has gone wrong. Your master cylinder may be cracked or a caliper may be compromised. Either way, we'll get you fixed up!
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Frequently Asked Questions (FAQS)
What type of brake pads does Brakes To You use?
Brakes To You uses OE (original equipment) quality ceramic or semi-metallic brake pads. This ensures that your vehicle has the stopping power and quiet ride like it had out of the factory. Having high quality parts on your vehicles braking system is of utmost importance. We stand behind our products (and ride on them too!) by giving you a 2 Year / 24k mile warranty when pairing pads and rotors on an axle.
What area's of Plano do you serve?
From the outskirts of Fort Worth to the tips of Terrell and everything in between! For a quick list, our boundaries are West Fort Worth, TX, Desoto, TX, Denton, TX, Terrell, TX, and McKinney, TX. If you're within these boundaries or close to it, we're excited to make you a happy customer!
What should I expect during my Plano brake appointment?
Our goal is to make this as easy as can be! 24 hrs before your appointment you'll receive a confirmation text to confirm your appointment. On the day of your appointment, you'll receive a text when your technician is on his way and they'll call you on arrival. When they arrive, they'll perform a full on-site inspection and determine with parts need replacing, which to keep an eye on, and which are mechanically sound. After you give us the 'ok' to start working, we'll get started on your repair.
What fees do you charge to come to me in Plano?
As long as you're within our Dallas - Fort Worth service area, you would not have to pay a 'trip fee' for us to come out. The only way you'd be charged a fee is if we came out to service your vehicle and nothing had to be done. Even in that instance, you can use that payment within six months towards any brake repair on that vehicle. Try finding that at a big box shop :)
How are you so much cheaper than local Plano brake shops?
Repair shops pay waaaaaay too much their equipment and rent. Don't get us wrong, that is definitely needed with engine and more heavy duty repairs. But, for 80% of other work like brakes for example, we'd rather ditch the expensive overhead and pass on our great rates to you. We're typically 40% more affordable than brick and mortar shops.
How long will it take to replace my brakes?
We'll be in and out before you know it! Factoring in our on-site inspection (we make sure we're changing the parts that are actually bad) and the actual work required, we'll be 45 - 90 minutes depending on the work required. The local brake shop down the road may have you car all day and sometimes longer.
500+ 5-Star Reviews? Why do Plano customers love you so much?
Ok, that's us giving ourselves a humble brag but the numbers don't lie! We offer such a different experience than what you're used to at a repair shop. No more wondering, "Do I really need that replaced?" You can sit right alongside your technician and watch him work on your vehicle. Ask us questions, really. We love teaching you about your vehicles and showing you how your car works.