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Brake Repair Service in Hilo, HI

Making sure that you can always come to a complete stop is an important component of driving your vehicle every day. That is why we at Aloha Kia are here to remind you to stop by regularly to get your brakes checked and serviced. This way, you can have the peace of mind that you will be able to avoid collisions and stay on the road for the long haul. To get the process started, swing by our location at 226 Kanoelehua Avenue in Hilo, HI!


Before we dive into the timeline and warning signs that pop up from a brake replacement, we would like to go over the tools that we have available on our website to help you streamline the entire procedure. If you have any questions or concerns pertaining to your brakes, or simply would like further information about what goes into this simple service, you can go ahead and tap into our Ask a Tech form. Available 24/7, this feature allows you to get in touch with the experts within our Service Department. Once we receive your inquiry, we will get back to you as soon as possible with a detailed response. If you know that you are long overdue for a brake check, just click on our Schedule Appointment form to speak with one of our representatives. 


Your brake pads are constantly degrading during your weekend expeditions and daily commutes to work. The speed at which they erode depends on a couple different factors like the terrain that you drive on. If you are constantly going off-roading, or are putting the pedal to the metal, then your brake pads might wear down quicker than the average driver. This is why our team of experts generally suggest that you swing by every 12,000 miles to have them checked on to make sure that they are performing appropriately. This is because they can last anywhere from 25,000 to 75,000 miles, so we would like to get a plan of action moving forward so you know when to come back for a replacement. 

What Warning Signs Should I Look out For?

There are a couple of things to be cognizant of to make sure that you get your brake pads changed in a timely manner. If you notice that your brake pedal is coming toward the floor when you press it, or you have to apply more pressure than usual to come to a stop, then you are definitely overdue for a replacement. Another thing to be on the lookout for is if you hear a grinding or scraping noise coming from beneath the carriage when you apply pressure to your brakes. This is your pads directly telling you that you should swing by for a replacement!

Come on down to Aloha Kia for your brake repair service in Hilo, HI. If you have any questions or concerns, give our Service Department a call at 808-217-8576!


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