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Rebel Automotive

975 American Pacific Dr, Ste 103
Henderson, NV 89014

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Knowing the signs of worn-out brake pads and brake rotors and then taking care of the problem is critical for safe driving. You may potentially be preventing an accident caused by failing brakes. But how do you know when should brake pads be replaced? And should brake rotors be replaced at the same time?

Brake pads are a vital component of the brake system, located between the brake shoe (the part that clamps down, slowing the tires’ rotation) and the brake drum. Every time you step on the brake pedal, the friction created causes minute amounts of wear and tear. Over time, this deterioration starts to add up and the pads, as well as the brake rotors, will become thinner and thinner. 

So when should brake pads be replaced? They can generally last between 30,000-35,000 miles. This will vary, of course, depending on how and where you drive your vehicle. However, if you are starting to notice any of the signs below indicating worn-out brakes, it’s probably time to replace the pads.

Wondering when should brake pads be replaced? Ask a brake repair specialist at Rebel Automotive for advice about replacing brake pads and brake rotors.
09
Sep
2019

Knowing the signs of worn-out brake pads and brake rotors and then taking care of the problem is critical for safe driving. You may potentially be preventing an accident caused by failing brakes. But how do you know when should brake pads be replaced? And should brake rotors be replaced at the same time?

Brake pads are a vital component of the brake system, located between the brake shoe (the part that clamps down, slowing the tires’ rotation) and the brake drum. Every time you step on the brake pedal, the friction created causes minute amounts of wear and tear. Over time, this deterioration starts to add up and the pads, as well as the brake rotors, will become thinner and thinner. 

So when should brake pads be replaced? They can generally last between 30,000-35,000 miles. This will vary, of course, depending on how and where you drive your vehicle. However, if you are starting to notice any of the signs below indicating worn-out brakes, it’s probably time to replace the pads.

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Is your car losing power when trying to go up a hill or when you’re trying to pass a slower vehicle? Is a warning light flashing on the dashboard panel and you don’t know why? Your car has been working hard during these hot summer days so it may need a little extra attention before we head into fall and winter. It may be time for a car tune up!

The best way to find out what is wrong with your car is to ask your auto repair technician to run a car diagnostics. This is conducted on a specialized computer that scans the computer processors, microchips and sensors built into today’s modern cars. Your mechanic can read the codes which are stored in the vehicle’s memory system and pinpoint the problem. This saves a lot of time and money troubleshooting--you don't have to pay for repairs performed on a "trial-and-error" basis.

Is your car losing power and you’re wondering if it’s time for a car tune up? Ask the auto repair specialists to explain what happens when you get a tune up.
20
Aug
2019

Is your car losing power when trying to go up a hill or when you’re trying to pass a slower vehicle? Is a warning light flashing on the dashboard panel and you don’t know why? Your car has been working hard during these hot summer days so it may need a little extra attention before we head into fall and winter. It may be time for a car tune up!

The best way to find out what is wrong with your car is to ask your auto repair technician to run a car diagnostics. This is conducted on a specialized computer that scans the computer processors, microchips and sensors built into today’s modern cars. Your mechanic can read the codes which are stored in the vehicle’s memory system and pinpoint the problem. This saves a lot of time and money troubleshooting--you don't have to pay for repairs performed on a "trial-and-error" basis.

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First of all, as a conscientious vehicle owner, you want to ensure that your vehicle is as safe as possible to drive down the road. This includes simple measures as having the wheel alignment and wheel balancing checked and taken care of on a regular basis.

So why is wheel balancing necessary? If drivers ignore the signs of a lost balance, they will find their vehicles are difficult to keep going straight down the road. Some of the signs to watch for include swerving from one side of the road to the other side, feeling every little rock on the road, vibrations in the steering wheel, and the feeling that the steering wheel is too loose. During higher speeds, an unbalanced tire will begin to shake and cause vibration in the steering wheel. This will eventually damage the tires, suspension system, and steering system.

why is wheel balancing necessary? If you consider what could happen if you don’t balance your tires, you will want to make sure wheel alignments are correct.
05
Aug
2019

First of all, as a conscientious vehicle owner, you want to ensure that your vehicle is as safe as possible to drive down the road. This includes simple measures as having the wheel alignment and wheel balancing checked and taken care of on a regular basis.

So why is wheel balancing necessary? If drivers ignore the signs of a lost balance, they will find their vehicles are difficult to keep going straight down the road. Some of the signs to watch for include swerving from one side of the road to the other side, feeling every little rock on the road, vibrations in the steering wheel, and the feeling that the steering wheel is too loose. During higher speeds, an unbalanced tire will begin to shake and cause vibration in the steering wheel. This will eventually damage the tires, suspension system, and steering system.

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