Brake Jobs

What comes to your mind when you think about a vehicle? It usually has something to do with movement. Our cars get us from one place to another, with distances ranging from just around the block to drives from one coast to the other and anywhere in between. Another very important function of a vehicle is the ability to stop when needed. A vehicle that cannot be stopped properly is extremely dangerous to passengers in that vehicle as well as others on the road. The components of a vehicle that allow it to move must be matched by the components of the vehicle that allow it to come safely to a stop. St. Paul Automotive has the expertise to repair faulty brakes, replace worn out components, and provide vehicle owners with the peace of mind that they will be able to bring their vehicles to a stop when they need to.

Brake Repair And Replacement Services

Your vehicle’s brakes are under enormous pressure when your car is in motion. When you press the brake pedal, tremendous forces of friction are set in motion to bring your car or truck to a safe stop. Most often, you are able to take for granted that your vehicle will come to a stop when and where you want it to. Over time, that friction causes wear and tear on brake pads and rotors, gradually and imperceptibly diminishing their effectiveness. Fortunately, for most people, brakes do not often experience sudden failure. There are often signs to indicate that your brakes are functioning less effectively. You may hear a faint whining at first when pressing your brake pedal, and that may graduate to a louder scraping.

The signals you receive that your brakes need attention can vary, of course, but those signs should never be ignored. Ignoring the signals for too long increases the possibility of catastrophic brake failure, which could result in your inability to stop your vehicle safely.

MN Auto Repair Shop

St. Paul Automotive has brake experts on staff who can diagnose the severity of the issue and help to determine the best course of action. Repairing worn out components is often possible, though in some cases we will recommend a more thorough replacement of braking systems. Our mission is to ensure that the vehicles we work on are safe to operate, and that is because we value the customers who bring their vehicles to us. Call us at (651) 298-0956 or to schedule an appointment with our team.