Cars are incredible inventions, but they come with many safety concerns that have to be mitigated, both by technology and driver training. One of the most basic safety mechanisms is the brake system, and it’s so incredibly vital on even the simplest of trips. Nobody wants their brakes to go out while driving, which is why we offer Volkswagen brake services at Volkswagen of New Port Richey. By servicing your brakes, you’re making sure you never have preventable brake problems.
Buying a Volkswagen entitles you to certain levels of quality and safety, which are derived from the excellent work Volkswagen’s engineers do to make their vehicles exceptional. A large part of that quality comes from the parts that Volkswagen puts in to make sure your car performs as intended, and we carry those same OEM parts. When you need a replacement, we always want you to get the same part that Volkswagen would put in your car, so we provide a full stock of OEM parts whenever you need them.
Here are some of the brake services you can find at our state-of-the-art facility:
Brakes use hydraulic fluid to translate the force of you stepping onto the pedal into the force needed to stop a car. We’ll help you replace your brake fluid when it becomes old, contaminated, and unable to perform as an optimal hydraulic fluid.
Having your brakes checked allows you to relax and get an expert opinion on the state of your brakes. Our certified technicians will catch anything that’s out of order and let you know as soon as we do.
Brake pads are meant to wear down since they take most of the friction and heat wear from braking. We’ll make sure your new pads are properly installed and ready to slow you down at a moment’s notice.
Rotors can get damaged over time, and if they aren’t salvageable, we’ll help you replace your damaged rotors.
If your rotor can handle it, we may be able to machine down the metal to a smooth surface again. This is known as resurfacing.
We’re proud to provide brake services and, as a result, safety and security for Volkswagen drivers throughout Pasco County and beyond. We’re open Monday through Saturday, hoping that extending our service days will give you more opportunities to care for your vehicle. Set up your appointment online today and see why drivers in Elfers, Tarpon Springs, Bayonet Point, and Seven Springs visit us for brake services.