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Phone: 703-994-2773
Email: info@thebrakesquad.com
Address: 4000 Legato Road
Suite 1100 Fairfax, VA 22033

Acura Brake Repair Services in Northern Virginia




Our highly trained Acura Brake Specialists come to Northern Virginia and service your brakes on the spot.
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By the time you suspect there is a problem with your brakes, chances are that it could be dangerous to drive the car, even to a repair shop. The Brake Squad, Inc. is a mobile brake repair service offering Acura Brake Repair in Northern Virginia. We are trained in brake repair for high-performance, luxury vehicles, and will come to your home, school or workplace to perform an inspection of your brakes and let you know what your brakes need for the safe operation of your vehicle.

Acura takes its clients’ safety very seriously, so they have designed a brakes system that keeps the Acura owner proactive with brake maintenance and repair.

Acura Brakes System in Northern Virginia

The brakes system on all Acuras have audible brake wear indicators. When a brake pad needs replaced, the indicators make a screeching sound when you apply the brakes. The screech is distinctively different than the squealing that can occur from dust on the brake pads.

The brake pads and rotors on all Acuras are specifically designed to work together for maximum performance. Without a tight fit of all the specially-made brake components, the risk of the brakes taking longer to stop the vehicle increases.
According to the National Transportation Safety Board, two to four seconds is the recommended safe following distance for any vehicle. Acura knows that seconds count, so it built its brakes system to make the most of those precious seconds.

Acura Brakes System Maintenance in Northern Virginia

The brake fluid on any vehicle should be included in a regular fluids check on the vehicle. If the fluid is low, that could indicate a leak or worn brakes, and you should have the brakes inspected and repaired immediately. This also goes for the visual checks on the brake pads: if they look worn or thin, it’s time to have them replaced, even if you don’t hear the screeching from the audible brake wear indicators. Changing the brake fluid every two years stops eliminates further wear-and-tear from water collecting in the fluid and being disbursed throughout the system, causing corrosion.





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