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Receiving regular brake repair service for maintenance purposes can prolong the life of your vehicle and help you avoid more expensive problems in the future. By being proactive and opting for a less expensive brake service job to keep your vehicle healthy, it will contribute to your overall savings on the cost of owning the car.
At least once a year, you should have a certified technician inspect the mechanical parts of your brakes for signs of wear and tear, as it is beneficial for your safety as well as the ongoing safety of your vehicle. Problems with the rotors, pads, or other parts that go undiagnosed can result in malfunctioning of your brakes, preventing the car from stopping when it needs to.
Welcome to Kerry Toyota
|Serving Customers Throughout Florence, Fort Mitchell, & Burlington, KY|
Our dealership employs only certified automotive technicians whose job it is to perform brake repair service and other vehicle maintenance tasks. They are proficient at working on all vehicle makes and models and fully understand how each individual vehicle’s braking mechanism operates. Our qualified mechanics will visually inspect your pads and rotors and replace them if necessary after consulting with you. Brake pads and rotors that are worn too thin are unable to do their job correctly, which is to help stop the vehicle quickly and safely. Our service department technicians will also check your brake fluid levels and perform a flush and fluid replacement if necessary.
Our dealership purchases only original equipment manufacturer (OEM) parts, which means the parts are sourced directly from Toyota. The parts that are replaced in your vehicle’s braking mechanism will be the same parts that your vehicle was manufactured with and will function and fit exactly the same as the old parts. OEM parts are also backed by a warranty, typically for 1 year, although this varies among vehicle manufacturers.
The alternative to OEM parts is aftermarket parts, which are typically used by quick lube shops or other auto repair businesses. While typically less expensive than OEM parts, they also vary greatly in quality and availability. The selection of them is often overwhelming and they are not backed by a warranty from the manufacturer. There is no question to quality or availability of OEM parts. Our dealership keeps many OEM parts in stock, so you will not have to wait for us to order something special for your vehicle while we service it. Our certified, qualified technicians use the latest tools and equipment for your vehicle repairs in order to get you back on the road as safely and as quickly as possible.
Call us to make a service appointment or stop by our dealership today to get your brakes visually inspected and serviced.