Auto Brakes Repair & Replacement
We all know that pushing down on the brake pedal slows a car to a stop. But how does this happen? How does your car transmit the force from your leg to its wheels? How does it multiply the force so that it is enough to stop something as big as a car?
When you depress your brake pedal, your car transmits the force from your foot to its brakes through a fluid. Since the actual brakes require a much greater force than you could apply with your leg, your car must also multiply the force of your foot.
A dog suddenly crosses the street. A car suddenly stopped right in front of you. Once you’re on the road, you can expect surprises that require you to step on your brakes. You surely don’t want to bump into something that will cause you trouble. Midas in Urbana’s technical staff knows every part of a brake system. From the brake pedal to electronic anti-lock brake sensors, we will fully inspect your brake system. Once you experience grinding brakes or a low and spongy brake pedal, let your vehicle be checked by our technicians. We make sure that before doing any work, we do an all out inspection to know if repairs are necessary. It is not advisable to take chances when it comes to your car’s brakes and safety features. Keep yourself safe and out of trouble by conducting regular check-ups of your brake