Raleigh's Mobile Brake Service
Brake repair in your driveway in 90 minutes or less!
Fast & Convenient
Your time is valuable to us! Our average brake repair takes only 45-90 minutes. Schedule service at your home, work, or anywhere you choose!
Save 10% On Average
Car shops pass along high overhead costs and up-charge for services you don't need. Save up to 40% on repairs compared to local brake shops.
Top Brake Specialists
Our technicians have a collective 100+ years of industry experience and are highly skilled in brake repair and other car maintenance services.
Brake Check & Service in Raleigh, NC
Hear why our customers are ditching the brake shops and having Brakes To You come to them!
"This is an awesome service."
"They arrived on time, were very friendly and understanding of my busy schedule."
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Brake Pad & Rotor Replacement
We service everything in your brake system. Your brake technician will check your brake to find out the issue and only replace what is necessary.
2 yr / 24k mile warranty
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Raleigh's top technicians are here for you. Book an brake repair with our shop to see why so many people love us and leave with a smile on your face because we're just that good!
We Offer Brake Servicing on Most Vehicles
Interested in having your Porsche, BMW or Mercedes-Benz serviced? Our mechanics will change the brake pads on any make of car! We also offer rotors for all types. If it's time for an brake repair and you don't know where to turn then come see us today.
Brake Repair Near me in Raleigh, NC!
We change brake pads and rotors on your vehicle and many more.
The best brake repair near me in Raleigh, NC.
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Raleigh is the capital of the state of North Carolina and the seat of Wake County in the United States. Raleigh is known as the "City of Oaks" for its many oak trees, which line the streets in the heart of the city. Raleigh is a city with a long and varied history. The first European settlement in Raleigh was established in 1755, when Raleigh was chosen as the site of a new capital for the colony of North Carolina. The city was named after Sir Walter Raleigh, who had been instrumental in the establishment of the Roanoke Colony (located in present-day Dare County, North Carolina). Raleigh grew rapidly during the 19th century, due in part to its location as a railroad junction and its status as a state capital. Raleigh's population peaked at nearly 40,000 residents in 1900. However, Raleigh's growth slowed during the early 20th century, due to a number of factors, including the closure of several major businesses and the establishment of nearby Research Triangle Park. Raleigh's population began to grow again during the 1970s and 1980s, and today it is one of the fastest-growing cities in the United States. Raleigh is currently home to more than 474,000 residents.
Raleigh Bad Brake Signs
Let's face it, driving in Raleigh-Durham is rough sometimes. You can be pumping the brakes half the time on or sitting on them through Downtown Raleigh. There's nothing quite like the sound of screeching brakes to ruin a peaceful drive. Unfortunately, brake noise is often an indicator of a more serious problem. If your brakes are making a grinding or squeaking sound, it's important to have them checked by a qualified mechanic as soon as possible. Brake pads typically contain metal shavings that act as a warning indicator when they start to wear down. If the pads are not replaced in a timely manner, the metal shavings can damage the rotors, resulting in costly repairs. In addition, worn-out brake pads can cause uneven braking, making it difficult to stop your vehicle in an emergency situation. For these reasons, it's important to check your brakes on a regular basis and to have them serviced whenever necessary. By taking care of your brakes, you can help ensure your safety on the road.
- signs of bad brake pads
The good news is your brakes are supposed to make noise! Brake pads typically wear down around 50,000 miles. If you neglect the signs and don't get them fixed soon enough it can cause even more damage than before - so take care of those problems right away. Never let your brakes cause your worry.
Pulsing or Vibrating Brakes
- signs of warped rotors
Rotors are often responsible for getting hot and then cooling off again. This can take a toll on them, especially if you have uneven wear from your pads or an old car that doesn't keep up with maintenance like brake fluid flushes.
Scratching, Gringing Brakes
- signs of bad brake pad and rotors
If you neglect or are unaware of the early signs your brakes may need to be replaced. Grinding is a big indicator that metal on metal with worn pads, scoring (grooves) too deep into the rotor and even an increase in weight can mean there's more damage done than just bad weather for cars who are exposed to the elements.
- signs air is getting into your brake system
Your car's brakes are a closed, contained unit. Even pressure from your master cylinder (what holds the fluid) goes all the way down to where you calipers which push against pads on rotors; if there is any leaks in this system then something has gone wrong! We'll get it fixed for you real quick. Give us call before and we'll diagnose your issue.
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