BMW Wheel Alignment-How much should wheel alignment on a BMW cost?

BMW Wheel Alignment

BMW Wheel Alignment cost the same as any other car for a wheel alignment

by Gone-Walkabout Question by Brittiny Hylan: How much should a BMW wheel alignment on a bmw cost? I was charged $ 65 today just to get the front end of my (How much should a four wheel alignment on a bmw cost?

 

eric Roberts’ insight:

BMW wheel alignment the same as any other car?

The question of rear wheel alignment has always in my opinion been a grey area. Depending on the size of the garage business and the garage owners priorities will determine

whether or not they can afford a massive investment in a wheel alignment machine say made by Hunter or a smaller machine say made by Acu-track.

The thing is that there are thousands of wheel alignment machines on the market, but they will only do what you want them to do in your own garage situation. Another pint to look at before you invest in one of these alignment machines is the amount of space you have, to fit them into your workshop.

The larger franchise garages are usually of a modern construction, similar to an industrial warehouse, with a massive space inside for multiple ramps and alignment machines, but a garage like mine is built as an old fashioned tyre depot with individual bays, and when we fit a ramp into the bay we don’t have the space to fit one of the “all singing all dancing” wheel alignment machines.

In the end, these machines will all give the same results when you do the front BMW Wheel Alignment. It is like cars really, some are bigger and have many more extras, but in the end, they all get you from A to B. We only offer to do the front wheel alignment, mainly because we are always busy and only have the time to do a front wheel alignment. Also, most cars do not have any adjustment for the rear Laser Wheel Alignment or you need special tools to adjust them.

Most customers are perfectly happy for us to do the front BMW Wheel Alignment; we always recommend it should be done when new tyres are fitted, or if their steering wheel is out of line and when they have hit a pothole or the kerb. This will then correct the problem and their car will drive much better when the alignment is adjusted.

We at Pellon Tyres here in Halifax West Yorkshire charge £39.90 for the BMW Wheel Alignment and £69.90 for the Four-Wheel BMW Wheel Alignment depending on the make and model of the car, to be correct and adjusted, (about $50) and it does not matter about the make of the car, the BMW is charged at the same rate as say a Toyota or a GM model. We take them all on as they come, some are hard to do and some are easy, we feel that it is the easy way to do this.

If a car owner really wants a rear wheel alignment then we have Wheel Alignment Equipment to do the job the because perhaps his car has been involved in a collision, then we refer them to the guy who paid £22,000.00 for his alignment machine and sometimes takes two hours to complete?

I am not saying that there is anything wrong with these expensive machines, in my opinion, it is “horses for courses” and in the amount of space that I have got, I need an alignment machine that is portable and I can move from ramp to ramp.

Eric Roberts

Hi, I would like to introduce myself. I have worked in the Garage and tyre and Battery business now for 40 years. I have worked for a couple of national tyre companies in my younger days, before starting my first business. I now own a company here in the UK called Pellon Tyre and Auto-centre, and I am a keen blogger about anything to do with cars and their related products that will help my business. We are members of Point-S and Motor-Codes and are also a Unipart Car Care Centre and, of course, Tyre-safe.

 

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Mini Run Flat Tyres-Definitly an Improvement to road safety- KULR-TV

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Angie’s List: Mini Run Flat Tyres

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Many new models are now equipped with inflator and sealant kits or run flat tires which are designed to go at slower speeds for 50 miles or more after a tire has been punctured.

 

eric roberts‘s insight:

Mini Run Flat tyres are an interesting subject.

The problem in my eyes is that cars were getting bigger and faster, and at the same time the car makers were being pressured by governments to make their cars more fuel efficient and greener.

This meant shedding weight and creating engines that were controlled by computers to really hammer down the emissions caused by burning fossil fuels (gasoline or petrol in the

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How run flat tyres work

UK). The car companies looked at all sorts of ways to reduce the weight and even the tyre companies looked for ways of making tyres lighter in weight, and indeed they succeed.

BMW come up with the Mini Run Flat Tyres

They also came up with the Mini Run Flat Tyres. This would mean that cars would no longer have a spare, because when the tyre on a car had a sudden drop in pressure (puncture) then the car could drive on, albeit at a slower speed (50 mph) until the tyre was changed. The positives are that the car would not deviate and carry on driving in the normal way and therefor not causing an accident and much safer than a standard radial tyre, also you would not have to get out of the car on a rainy night to change the wheel when you had a puncture.

The drawbacks are the cost of replacing these tyres is much higher than a standard tyre, A new Mini Run Flat Tyres is required after each incident, and on long journeys should you have the need to want a new tyre, then you only have fifty miles to have the Mini Run Flat Tyres fixed. Many tyre companies no longer repair Mini Run Flat Tyres.

In the States the gap between some towns and cities can be hundreds of miles. So you pays your money and takes your choice ?

Eric Roberts…https://www.pellonautocentre.com/?p=12361

MOT Test Safer Roads

Independent Garages Favored-70 per cent of motorists prefer independent garages, survey shows – Garagewire

Independent Garages Favored

Independent Garages Favored

Alex working on the Insignia brake job

Independent Garages Favored

There is no doubt that this report only strengthens my personnel views regarding the popularity of Independent garages. Of course , it makes good sense?

In fact most garage owners at a local level were once employees of these giant chains of “motorist centres”. Therefore all we had to do was the opposite of what they were doing. The public car owners are our “bread and Butter” Consequently, this was one of first things that I learned when dealing with our customers cars. So, was to be as honest as possible with them, tell them how it is and be fair with the pricing.

Not all Independent garages are the same but I think the majority are. Otherwise they would not have lasted for so long. As a result i just keep on bumping into the same old faces when I attend a conference or an organised event by a manufacturer.

I dont want to rant on about how a garage should be run, but above all else the customer should be our priority. Not all customers are agreeable. In fact we have one or two horrible people that just keep on coming in and causing us trouble.

Independent Garages Favored

I suppose the good thing is that we know who they are and can treat them accordingly. Before I let my garage be run by a manager, then I used to actually ban troublesome customers. It did not matter how hard we tried we could not please them.

These trouble makers are going to spread the bad word round about you. So, my recommendation is to be as polite as possible and ask them not to come back to your garage. The world is full of trouble makers and you just do not want them in your god reputable garage . Let Kwik-fit or Halfords have them.

In other words work hard with your existing customer base. Your customers will spread the good word on social media and good old fashioned “word of mouth” praises. Large garage chains just have not got the know how and quality staff. Hence, to compete with the way that customers and staff are lovingly cared for by many of the UK’s Independent garages.

Eric Roberts

Toyota Yaris Clutch Problem 70 per cent of drivers say they prefer independent garages over the main dealers, survey findings suggest. The survey, which was conducted by Servicing Stop, asked motorists to voice the benefits of each garage type and praise

Source: 70 per cent of motorists prefer independent garages, survey shows – Garagewire

Annual MOT Testing-Two Old Timers-Call Into Pellon Auto Centre For their Annual MOT Test

 

 

Two Old Timers Call In For Annual MOT Testing.

As I have said before, that this is a great time to be involved in the auto trade. As the owner of a successful auto centre, we take every day as it comes. Take yesterday this time last year(19thFeb 2014) for

Annual MOT Testing

The old cars side by side ready for MOT Testing

instance. Apart from the work that we have booked in for that day, we had a run of cars that were all affected by “pothole” damage.

The first car was a Ford Fiesta that suffered from a broken coil spring, the second was a Vauxhall Corsa, with a broken coil spring that had also penetrated the front tyre, and the third was a VW Sirocco that hit a pothole and bent his steering arm. We fitted the cars in between the car services that were already booked in and the customers went home at the end of the day, “happy bunnies”.

After lunch, we had another bit of excitement for me. Unbeknownst to me, we had two old cars booked in for their Annual MOT Testing. The first car was a regular for us, it was a Rolls Royce tourer, 5.6-litre engine and built in 1936. The car passed the test, apart from a Brake switch light, which we repaired on site. The company who own the vehicle always give their car a pre-mot test before it is brought into us but the brake light switch must have been overlooked.

The second car that turned up was a black A35 Austin saloon, that was made in 1958 (I was ten years old then). The car was owned by the great, great Aunt of the woman who now owns the car. The Aunt passed the car onto her niece who later died, and the car was then passed onto her niece, who is the current owner. The car was last serviced in 1990 and had only done 2000 miles, (it was then used to tootle around town in). The car has a 948 cc engine

Annual MOT Testing

Annual MOT Testing; Old 1958 A35 saloon car in for MOT Testing

with drums on the front brakes a rod braking at the rear.

The car was then mothballed for the last ten in a barn, and the latest in a line of nieces decided to bring it out. She asked for the service of a local mechanic, who looked at the car to assess its condition. The car only required a new battery and started up the first time. The brakes needed some work doing and then he handed the car over to us for its mot test. The brakes were sorted from an old MG Midget, but the engine was in immaculate condition and had only done 6000 miles.

Passed mot test with flying colours

The old Austin had a new 063 Lucas battery fitted and passed the mot test in tip top condition apart from some very slight corrosion and will see driving up and down the street of Halifax here in West Yorkshire UK this summer. I just love these cars with a bit of history and a story behind them. The A35 was also fitted with cross ply tyres to the front and radials to the back.

Eric Roberts

Hi I would like to introduce myself. I have worked in the Garage and tyre and Battery business now for 40 years. I have worked for a couple for national tyre companies in my younger days, before starting my first business. I now own a MOT Testing company here in the UK called Pellon Tyre and Auto-centre, and I am a keen blogger about anything to do with cars and their related products that will help my business. We are members of Point-S and Motor-Codes and are also a Unipart Car Care Centre and of course Tyre-safe.Annual MOT Testing

Trojan Motorhome Batteries-Upgrading Your Motorhome-RV-caravan Batteries to perhaps the best Trojan

Trojan Motorhome Batteries

Get the most out of camping unplugged by upgrading your Motorhome Batteries 12-volt battery to two 6-volt Trojan Motorhome Batteries. A TrailerLife TV original video. For more…

 

eric Roberts’ insight:

Trojan Motorhome Batteries- 6 volt Motorhome Batteries conversion

This is a great video. So, about converting you 12-volt single battery to two Trojan 6 volt batteries. Of course, that are wired in series. Producing a 12 Volt Motorhome Batteries system. As a result, but with greatly increased amps. In fact, as the video says a regular Leisure Batteries are usually from 85 Ah to the most popular one which is the 110 amp leisure battery. But by joining the two 6 volt batteries inMotorhome Batteries,trojan

series the output will be a massive 240 amps.

This battery layout is an ideal situation. Enabling the owner of the Motorhome Batteries to use whatever electrical items that he chooses. Believe me, this system will be really on top of the job. So, with a massive 240 amp storage capacity. The Trojan AGM batteries are one of the best Motorhome Batteries in the World and you would expect this system to last at least 5 or 6 years. I say this because although the initial layout would cost you more, then you would be making savings over the long run.

This system would be great for the people who go out in the wilderness or are traveling long distances, say across Europe or perhaps further, people in America will be able to stay in their own country to travel to a wilderness, but wherever you travel you can use all the electricity that you require before the batteries will need recharging. Trojan has a reputation second to none and it gave me a real thrill and great pleasure when I first became the Motorhome Batteries dealer for the Yorkshire area here in the UK.

Trojan Motorhome Batteries

Trojan batteries make batteries to fit hundreds of applications, including boats, both large and small, emergency traffic light signals, platform lifts, known in the UK as “cherry Pickers”, golf carts and golf buggies, floor cleaning machines so that they can clean large areas without having to plug into an electric point and more recently they produce batteries to store renewable energy from the Sun via solar panels and wind turbines.

Trojan Motorhome Batteries

Large C class motorhomes use many electrical appliances, requiring a larger battery Amperage.

Here’s hoping that whatever battery you fit your Motorhome Batteries or caravan gives you great service on your travels in the new year holiday season(especially if you bought your battery from me?).

Eric Roberts

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Fiat Leon Failing Driveshaft-Not much of a common problem here at Pellon Autocentre in Halifax UK.

Fiat Leon Failing Driveshaft

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Fiat Leon Failing Driveshaft

I must admit that this is not a common problem for my mechanics here at pellon Autocentre in Halifax UK. Of course like any other mechanical part, then the problem starts in a small way. This lady driver thought that her wheels needed balancing. Of course that was her first assumption? Hence, a vibration from the front of her car could have been a wheel balance problem. However this was not to be the case?

As a result a month ago then we balanced the cars wheels and also checked out the tyres at the same time. All looked well with the tyres, just the perennial problem of the wheel alignment requiring some adjustment. But the balancing proved to be fine and off she drove into the sunset?

However the vibrating did not stop and a strange low pitch grinding noises could be heard? The lady carried on driving the car and visited her local supermarket. When she started the car and tried to move off then a much louder cranking banging noise came from the drivers side front.

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The lady quickly realised that she had a major problem. Consequently, the car would not drive and so she contacted us for advice. As a result we knew that the drive had gone and she was thought to have had wheel balancing problems. These things tied up too be the driveshaft. Because the car is a front wheel drive then the car has two driveshafts, more commonly known as “half shafts“.

Fiat Leon Failing (half shaft)

The half shafts so takes the power from the engine and sends this power to drive the wheels. In this case a front wheel drive car has a drive shaft at each side of the engine. On a rear wheel drive car the drive shaft transmits the engines power to the “differential” which in turn transmits the power to the rear wheels. Of course,there are many different variants to this. But in general the outcome is very much the same.

As a result that the car was un-drivable, we recovered the car back to our garage. So on arrival we drove the car onto a vacant ramp and proceeded to remove the front wheels. So, the half-shaft connects to the brake and wheel assembly via the “constant velocity joint” This is a system of small bearings that allows the wheels to turn when the car has been driven along. This assembly is protected from the elements by a rubber boot. The rubber boot is filled with “high heat resistance” grease.

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Subsequently, the problems occur when the rubber boot splits for some reason. This is more common in areas where there are problems with “pot holes“. The damage can be seen in my images. A complete replacement half shaft was the best solution for this model of car and the customer gave permission for the job doing.

It turned out well for us, because that Saturday, then we had a snow fall. This has the effect of keeping our customers tucked up in bed. However we did get busier with tyres sales later on in the morning. All in all a good days work ?

Eric Roberts

 

 

Yokohama tyres and Kumho tyres to join forces in Research a development and perhaps More?

yokohama tyres

Yokohama tyres , Kumho follow MoU up with R&D master agreement

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The Board of Directors at Yokohama Rubber and Kumho Tire have resolved to enter into master technological alliance agreement.

 

eric roberts‘s insight:

Yokohama tyres-Kumho tyres-

This one took me by surprise?

I must admit this one came as a shock to me at first. I have spent much time with the staff at both companies but nothing was said, byEither Yokohama tyres or Kumho tyres. So I guess that this was just one of those high level agreements that were kept hush- hush.

In my own business here in Halifax we have had close ties with both of these tyre companies, and in fact we sell both Yokohama tyres and Kumho tyres side by side, in recent years. I regard both companies as tyre innovators and thinking about it I can see where they are coming from, as the saying goes, “two brains are better than one”. The companies have apparently being discussing the exchange of technologies, with the future possibility of future shared ownership.

This move would take the joint company up the tyre manufacturers ranking table. At the moment the two company’s rank 8th  with over $5.5 billion sales is Yokohama tyres and  is Kumho with sales of over $3.5 Billion ranking 12th in the league table, so a joint venture would put the new company in the top 6 placing’s and will become  a force to reckon

with.

A Yokohama tyres spokesman said… By exchanging technology, the companies “aim to increase their competitiveness and enhance their growth potential … by sharing R&D resources and making more effective use of them through joint research and development on tires and related technologies,”

The deal is said to be in advance stages and both companies are looking to find a method of obtaining each other’s shares, a definite sign that talks are well on their way and the tyre companies are expected to sign legal binding contracts sooner than later.

I do not know how this will filter down to the grass roots fitting centres but in my opinion the other tyre manufacturers will be looking over their shoulders at the potential that Yokohama tyresthese two great companies will no doubt research and develop in new tyre products and move to a mid-range tyre to a leading brand, with more and more OE fitments on the way.

Eric Roberts

Hi I would like to introduce myself. I have worked in the Garage and tyre and Battery business now for 40 years. I have worked for a couple for national tyre companies in my younger days, before starting my first business. I now own a company here in the UK called Pellon Tyre and Auto-centre, and I am a keen blogger about anything to do with cars and their related products that will help my business. We are members of Point-S and Motor-Codes and are also a Unipart Car Care Centre and of course Tyre-safe.

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Mobility Scooter Battery-Driving about on your Mobility Scooter can be Dangerous? General Safety Advice.

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Mobility Scooter Battery- and- General Safety Advice.

We have all seen the massive increase in mobility scooter ownership. Say over the past ten years or so. It is now a massive market place for the companies that sell the scooters. Including, the Mobility Scooter Batterycompanies who sell spare parts. Including consumables such as scooter batteries and scooter tyres.

In the past few years however safety organisations have become increasingly alarmed about the increase in accidents and general safety and looking after their scooters and equipment. Many minor accidents are reported and many are not reported, so that many accidents do not get into the statistics, probably only the serious ones are reported and are found out about.

One accident in particular comes to mind, that is the story about the lady and her mobility scooter that fell off the platform at Barnsley railway station, onto the track in front of an oncoming train. The lady came from nearby Monk Bretton and had to be airlifted by the air ambulance to hospital. This is one of the many accidents that are reported but many are not.

The most common incidents occur in shopping centres when shoppers are run over by these scooters. Because they are operated by mobility scooter AGM batteries, they are almost silent and some people cannot hear them coming from behind, some shoppers just walk out from a store, straight into the path of an oncoming scooter causing an accident.

Mobility Scooter Battery

Other probably more dangerous accidents occur on the roads. Where my garage is situated in Halifax. We are located on a fairly steep hill. On most days you will see elderly or disabled people on their scooters. Driving down the hill as fast as they can go. Also, we are situated on a set of traffic lights. Subsequently,the scooter users hardly ever stop at the red light. Either when they are on the road or on the pavement. How there has not been a bad accident I will never know?

Here in the UK we are starting to realize that  Mobility Scooter drivers should be made aware of the danger’s. So, and be more aware of the problems that they could face. Thus, when they are on a trip out. Especially now that spring is around the corner and the scooter owners will have a better chance of getting out and about.

As a side note scooter owners should check their AGM Batteries . Hence,mobility scooter, batteryfor charge and the general condition. Before they venture out. If you are not sure about the condition of their 12 Volt Battery . Consequently, they are better replaced. So that you can carry out the journey without running out of power. So,struggling to get home. It is well worth investing in new mobility scooter batteries every two years.

Mobility scooter battery and tyre advise

Tyresafe.org are launching a wealth of free advice to increase the safety of scooter riders when they are out on the road. The campaign will be known as the “PACT” and I believe that a mobility scooter driver awareness course was also started off in Norfolk. More reading… http://www.norfolkpact.co.uk/safe-scoot/

Although these scooters are easy to drive, the problem arises because of the lack of knowledge that the scooter drivers have when driving on the roads. In fact many of these drivers have never driven a car before and know nothing about road safety or the Highway Code.

Tyresafe have moved into give the scooter driver’s advice on their tyres. They have started off by recommending that their tyres should be checked at least three times a week. The scooters handbook will give the correct pressure. Just like car tyres it is very important to put the correct pressures into the tyres, if the pressures are too low then the scooter will be unstable and would swerve and also wear out the tyres tread and as a I have seen first-hand, the tyres will blowout, causing the scooter to become stranded with a flat and damaged tyre, so it is most important to check your tyre pressures and if you are disabled ask an able bodied person to help you, you can also drive or take your scooter to your local tyre centre who would only be too pleased to check your tyres for FREE.

Mobility Scooter Battery

Finally, to ensure proper grip, especially in wet conditions, riders should check that their tyres have sufficient tread depth. Scooters with less than 50cc need to have all of the grooves of the original tread pattern visible whereas those over 50cc must have at least 1mm of tread depth across the central three quarters of the tyre with visible tread on the remaining mobility scooter, batteryquarter…

http://tyresafe.org/media-centre/latest-news/572-new-safety-advice-launched-for-scooter-riders#sthash.5yx2Rzl6.dpuf

In my opinion courses for mobility scooter drivers will become more available across the UK. If you see of one then you would be advised to join the course to make our roads and pathways a safer place for all road users and pedestrians.

Eric Roberts

Car brake Noises-Noisy brakes scare drivers- What could be the many Causes of Noisy brakes ?

Car brake Noises

Car brake Noises and Possible Causes

Most off our customers who have their car serviced at regular intervals. Can sleep at night because they know that brake problems will be at a minimal. So, compared to the car owners who go from year to year. Without a thought to the condition of their cars. Especially the brakes and tyres. Luckily we have a system that picks up these cars at yearly intervals here in the UK called the MOT test.

This is when the faults and worn out car parts are picked up including the brakes. Including, all the other important parts of the car that need to be kept in tip-top condition for the sake of road safety.

Even so cars brakes do go faulty even in between servicing. Car brake Noises and  problems can occur at any time. Winter time is one time that brake problems can happen. The main cause in my opinion is the salt that we spread on our roads to melt the snow and ice can also cause damage to brake pipes cause and the brake calipers to seize up.

Car brake Noises

New BMW brake discs fitted

When brake calipers are seized up, this means that the pads are constantly put under pressure onto the discs and usually wear very quickly at one side. When cars brakes are regularly serviced we apply special grease onto the calipers to help them stay free from road debris and salt and keep them from setting solid and wearing out the brake pads and making loud Car brake Noises .

Car Brake squeaking noises

This is a similar thing that happens to older cars that are fitted with brake shoes at the rear. The parts that expand and contract the shoes seize up with shoes constantly sticking on causing rapid wear to occur. Another result of not having your car serviced and brakes checked is the build-up of dust and debris in the brake disc area, this is another possible cause of  Car brake Noises.

We have all seen the horrible black dust the builds up inside your wheels. So, making your alloy wheels look a mess. Of course, these would have been cleaned in a service. Spraying the alloy wheels with a special chemical to keep them in top condition.

This noise can happen whether the brakes are being applied or not. The reason is in my earlier text and is more than often a brake caliper that has stuck on because it has seized up due to not been serviced or after the winter, the latter being the most common cause. The pads or a pad will be stuck against the caliper and due to the heat build-up with friction the brake pads take on a shiny coating on the surface, causing them to give off a high pitch squeaking noise.

 This hard coating also causes the brake pads to become less effective, probably reducing their braking power by 30%. If you hear this noise then you should have your brakes looked at as soon as possible, as brake failure could be imminent.

The most common car braking noises is brake grinding disc.

This is the most common problem that we have in our garage in Halifax UK. Customers come running into the reception. Panicking about this dreadful grinding noise. Thus, coming from the front of the car? Many of our customers think that it is the exhaust pipe that has broken. Dragging along in the road. Thus making this horrific grinding sound. This mainly happens when the brakes are applied.

But in bad cases can be a constant noise. The grinding is due to the fact that the lining of the Ferodo Brake Pads  that stop the car have worn out down to the metal part and are grinding against the metal brake discs.

Once again this is due to lack of maintenance. But can also be between services. On rare occasions we have known a small pebble or stone being trapped in the disc. So, making a similar noise. Generally though it is the metal on metal sound. Caused by worn out brake pads. Usually at the front of the car.

In a perfect World the pads would have been spotted as being on the low side and changed on a service, without causing any further damage to the other brake parts, but after the metal on metal it is usually the discs and pads that are damaged and need changing, perhaps trebling  the cost of repairs.

 Brake warning lights now help us more

Some areas of the country can see much more in the way of brake repair work than others. The main reason for this is the terrain. Here in Halifax we are surrounded by the Pennine hills, a small mountain range called “the backbone of England”. Because of this we all use our brakes more often. Therefore the brakes will wear out quicker. We can get more of our fair share of drivers with Car brake Noises. People who live in say Lincolnshire will use their brakes less. Because the terrain is very flat and the brakes are not needed as much.

One of the good things about modern cars. Of course, is the use of computers and warning lights to pre-warn us of any pending problem. The Car Brakes warning light is one of them. Car brake pads are fitted with a sensor wire. Alerting a solenoid when the brake pads reach a certain thickness. So a warning light will come on in your cab when the pads are getting low. A great idea that I think has possibly saved lives.

This also gives the car owner plenty of time to book their car in to the local garage. Subsequently, to have the brakes fixed before they start to make the dreaded grinding noises.

Car brake Noises to finalise

To finalise it is always a good policy to give your car a regular service. According to the owner’s manual. If you cannot do this for some reason or another. Then have your brakes checked. Of course, before you embark on that important journey.  Or before you hear that dreaded Car brake Noise. Perhaps your holidays so that you know that your brakes are in good condition for your own and other driver’s safety sake.

Car brake Noises

Checking out the front brakes after the customer had heard Car brake Noises

Eric Roberts