Charleston Volkswagen | Charleston Volkswagen Brake Repair
The performance of your Charleston Volkswagen is expected to be excellent at all times. You can be confident that if regular maintenance and service checks are performed, the vehicle will deliver top quality performance. Volkswagen’s are known for their power and performance, but failure to perform routine brake checks could lead to extensive damage of the vehicle or injury to yourself or others.
Quality performance of your Volkswagen relies on an experienced service technician, as well as owner attention to issues that may arise with your vehicle. It is important to have your brakes inspected annually by a certified Volkswagen mechanic. Pads and rotors are designed to last for at least 50,000 miles based on vehicle model and conditions in which the car is primarily driven.
Performing regular checks on the brakes can help to identify problems before they amplify or prevent the existing damage from becoming worse. If you notice any of the following with your vehicle, visit a certified Charleston Volkswagen technician immediately.
- Brakes feel fluid-like when applied
- Volkswagen brake technology ignites a warning indicator to alert the owner that brakes need servicing.
- Screeching, grinding or other sounds are heard when brakes are applied
It is imperative that you don’t ignore the warning indicators as they occur because it could present dangerous driving conditions. Your safety and the safety of others should always be considered. A professional Charleston Volkswagen repair specialist can address the above issues and any others that you may have noticed with your vehicle. If you ignore the signs, you could possibly spend more on costly repairs to your vehicle in the near future.
Ottohaus of Charleston understands the importance of quality service inspections. Our service professionals are trained to provide quality brake and repair service to ensure quality performance in late and new model vehicles. Contact us today for service or repairs on your Volkswagen.