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All brake inspections are not the same. Most mechanics "eyeball" or estimate brake pad and rotor thickness which may lead to unneccesary repairs or a dangerous condition. Our ASE Certified Master Technician measures brake pad and rotor thickness then compares the measurements to factory specification. This is the only way to determine if your brake pads and rotors have reached their minimum thickness. We use factory specifications on every job to determine if a repair or replacement is required. This is just one more way we keep your car SAFE and FUN to DRIVE!
Car Care Q&A
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The oil on the dipstick can tell you a lot. It should be honey colored or light brown. Black oil indicates you’re overdue for an oil/filter change, frothy buildup indicates contamination by water and metal particles mean an engine check up is needed.