Trailer & Automotive Service in Port Perry


Knowing that your brakes in your car and trailer are in good working order brings peace of mind as you never know exactly when you will need your brakes.

From the brake pedal to hydraulic brake fluid, brake master cylinder to power brake booster, drum brakes to disc brakes and electronic anti-lock brake sensor,  automotive brake repair technicians can inspect and identify parts that are worn and need replaced.

Regular brake inspections should be a part of your vehicle and trailer brake regular maintenance and if you experience any of the following symptoms:

  • brakesBrake squealing or grinding noise
  • Change in braking performance
  • Low or spongy brake pedal
  • Hard brake pedal
  • ABS or brake warning light on dashboard stays on
  • Inoperable emergency brakes

 Brake Service includes cleaning, adjusting and/or lubricating your front and rear brake hardware as well as any repair/replacement recommendations.

Contact a skilled automotive technician for more information or details.