There are just some things that will always be essential in a vehicle. One of the most essential things just happens to be the brakes. Without these, you and everyone around you are in danger. And even if every vehicle you’ve ever been in has effective brakes, do you know how they work? Where are the brakes? As the trusted auto and body shop near you, Complete Collision is here to give you all the answers you need. Discover more and see if you need to bring your car in today to fix your brakes.
How Do Brakes Work?
Brakes are simple, right? You just push down on the pedal, and your car slows to a stop. It may look like this on the outside, but the inside is a much different story.
From the brake pad, there’s a device called the “master cylinder.” This is full of brake fluid, and brake lines connect this to your vehicle’s brake calipers. These calipers hold brake pads and pistons, allowing the car to stop. But the car actually stops due to pressure thanks to the brake fluid. The harder you press down your foot, the more pressure and stopping power you have.
How Can We Help?
Complete Collision is here to help you when something goes wrong with your brakes. Currently, we have a number of brake services available so you can get your car back on the road safely.
- Brake Fluid Flush
- Brake Pad or Shoe Replacement
- Wobbly or Vibrating Brakes
- Brake Rotor Resurfacing or Replacement
- Brake Line Repair or Replacement
- And more!
Don’t see how we can help you? Give us a call. We’re more than happy to discuss solutions with you. Also, don’t force your car to drive if you worry about road safety. We’re more than happy to help you out here too. All you have to do is take advantage of our towing service. Our team is ready to help bring your vehicle over safely so you can get back on the road without a hitch.
Get Help From a Body Shop Near You
Complete Collision is there for you when you’re in a bind. Don’t choose to drive dangerously. If you think there’s something wrong with your brakes, stop by the closest auto and body shop near you and see how we can help.
Currently, we have three locations available for use. For those in Zachary, we have two open to help. One is easily found on Main Street, while the other is ready to help on Plank Road. Each of these locations are open and ready every weekday, but the Main Street location is also open on Saturday, as accidents never seem to wait for a good time. For our Baton Rouge residents, we have a location right on Perkins Road! It’s open every weekday so you can get what you need as soon as possible.
Ready to visit the right auto and body shop near you? Get an estimate today and get your brakes fixed as soon as possible! We’re ready to help.