It’s very important to have brake problems checked and services ASAP, as they are a vital part of your car. To keep your ŠKODA’s brakes in tip-top condition, we suggest having them serviced every six months at one of our specialist ŠKODA Service sites in Leicester or Daybrook. As a leading ŠKODA dealer and service provider, we have the experience and expertise needed to deliver thorough brake inspections every time.
Brake checks are covered in our free Visual Health Checks (VHC) for ŠKODA vehicles. However if any issues are identified, our ŠKODA-trained technicians will fix your brakes to ŠKODA-approved standards using only genuine ŠKODA parts and the latest diagnostic equipment. We also offer clear, very competitive prices for brake servicing, so you won’t get any nasty surprises.
Before visiting one of our Sandicliffe ŠKODA Service centres for a brake service, here are some of the most obvious signs that it’s time to pay us a visit.
Before going for the full service, our ŠKODA technicians will do a free diagnostic brake inspection as part of a full Visual Health Check (VHC). With so much knowledge of the ŠKODA range, we can also offer friendly, impartial advice on keeping your brakes in a healthy condition.
Brake wear is very common, but factors such as harsh braking, quality of brake lining material, vehicle type and driving conditions can all play a part in brake functionality. This is worth bearing in mind when you get back on the road with fully functional brakes.
If the VHC reveals any issues, our ŠKODA technicians can complete brake part repairs or replacements, such as worn brake discs and pads. We can even top up your brake fluid to the correct level. Every brake service available for your car comes at a competitive price and will be sorted quickly and efficiently.
We recommend that you go for a brake service before your next MOT, before setting off on a long journey or as part of regular ongoing maintenance. Rest assured that we won’t charge you for unnecessary work and you will be provided with a clear report covering the brake service details and cost.
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