Complete Brake Service at Ramona Tires in Rancho Cucamonga

The best “brakes near you” shop offers complete brake repair and maintenance.

You depend on your brakes every time you drive and you probably don’t even think about them, until things go wrong, like grinding, squealing, leaking, or failure to stop. For the best brakes near you, make Ramona Tire & Service Centers in Rancho Cucamonga your first stop for expert brake repair and brake service at an affordable price.  

Signs of Brake Trouble

Here are some indications that your brakes may need servicing:

  • ABS light on dash illuminated
  • Puddles of yellow liquid under the vehicle
  • Slow stopping when braking
  • Soft or spongy brake pedal when stopping
  • Pulling to one side when braking
  • Grinding and other noises when braking
  • Vibrations when stopping
  • Less than ¼ inch on brake pads

Our ASE-certified technicians will inspect your vehicle and provide a free estimate if any repairs or replacements are recommended. If ignored too long, brake issues will lead to more expensive repairs later or could result in a serious crash while driving.

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Types of Brake Services

Our brake services include:

  • Free brake inspection
  • Lubrication of brake calipers and hardware, machine drums or rotors
  • Brake fluid flush
  • Brake pad or shoe replacement

Finally, our technicians will test drive your vehicle to make sure all is working properly.

Have Your Brakes Checked Regularly

How often is “regularly”?  Industry experts suggest every 6,000 miles or six months, whichever comes first. But this schedule can vary depending on your driving habits and manufacturers’ recommendations for your vehicle. Discuss this with one of our brake specialists. We can set up a schedule that works for you and your vehicle. 

Extend the Life of Your Brakes

There are a number of things you can do to protect your brakes and avoid untimely repairs and replacement. 

  • Avoid sudden stops. Stop gradually whenever possible.
  • Don’t drive with one foot on the brake all the time.
  • Leave plenty of space between vehicles.
  • Reduce weight in the rear of the car.

By making a few changes to your driving habits, you can extend the life of  your brake pads and rotors. 

Concierge Services

Ramona Tire & Service Centers offers a free Concierge Service to save you time and keep unnecessary trips to a minimum. 

We will come to your home or office (within three miles) to pick up your vehicle and then return it after repairs or maintenance services have been completed. Your car will be cleaned and sanitized at all contact points to protect your safety and that of your family. 

Your peace of mind and time are as important to us as it is to you. Our Concierge Service is another way we hope to build value into the relationship with all our customers. 

You can arrange for this free service at the same time you schedule an appointment.

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Rancho Cucamonga Brake Service FAQs

Why are my brakes making a squealing noise?

Obnoxious noises coming from your brakes usually indicate that there is something that needs to be corrected or repaired. When you start to hear a squealing or grinding noise from your brakes, it is typically caused by one of two things:

  • Damage to the brake pads or rotors: Excess wear and tear, or damage to the brake pads or rotors, can cause metal-on-metal contact between the rotors and the brake calipers. This could cause a loud grinding noise and further damage to your braking system.
  • A stuck object in the brake calipers: An object, like a pebble or piece of debris, could be stuck in the brake calipers causing unnecessary friction. A professional mechanic would need to remove the object to remedy this.

What parts make up a braking system?

A braking system is composed of numerous components that all work together to rapidly bring your vehicle to a smooth stop. A braking system may include:

  • Pads
  • Rotors (or drums)
  • Calipers
  • Shoes (drum system only)
  • Brake lines and hoses
  • Wheel cylinders
  • Master cylinder
  • Parking brake cables
  • Electrical components
  • Various hardware items (springs, brackets, caliper pins, etc.)

Because there are several moving elements involved in a braking system, keeping your brake service up to date is an important part of your regular vehicle maintenance. The crew at Ramona Tire & Service Centers in Rancho Cucamonga is here to help. We can handle your regular brake service and keep your brake pads, calipers, and all other components working just as they should.

Schedule an appointment today for brake service in Rancho Cucamonga.

How often do I need brake service?

Servicing your brakes is an essential part of your regular vehicle maintenance. As the most important safety system of your vehicle, your brakes should be in good working order every time you drive. To keep your brakes in great condition and ensure that they are not going to fail when you need them most, it is recommended that you have them serviced every 6,000 miles.

The team of ASE-certified technicians at Ramona Tire & Service Centers in Rancho Cucamonga has years of experience replacing brake pads, servicing brake calipers, and keeping your brakes in check. You can trust our crew with all your regular brake service needs.

How can I make my brake pads and brake rotors last as long as possible?

Through good driving methods and preventive maintenance and brake service, you can avoid premature wear of your brake pads and rotors. There are several habits that you can adopt to make your brakes last longer:

  • Avoid harsh braking
  • Follow the speed limit
  • Keep a good distance between your vehicle and those ahead of you
  • Let your vehicle slow naturally
  • Avoid driving with both feet
  • Do not hold your brakes when going downhill
  • Remove any excess weight/cargo from your vehicle
  • Keep up with your regular brake servicing