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

Volvo Brake Repair Services in Northern Virginia




Our highly trained Volvo Brake Specialists come to Northern Virginia and service your brakes on the spot.
Call 703-994-2773 to Schedule.


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 Volvo 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.

Volvo understands that the brakes system in your car is the most important safety feature. They not only insist on brake components that are to exact standards, but they also built their braking system to withstand different climates. Volvo’s goal was to design a brake system that meets both performance and durability standards.

Perfect Fit

Machines calibrated to exact standards produce the calipers so the cylinder and plunger are a tight fit, reducing the amount of contaminants getting into the calipers and corroding them as well as keeping the brake fluid where it should be. The brake pads are also specifically designed to work with Volvo calipers to ensure a smooth, safe stop.

Weather Tolerant Volvo Brakes

The biggest issue for any brakes system is internal corrosion. That is why Volvo makes sure all of its brake parts fit snugly and work efficiently together. They designed their brake system with you and your environment in mind. Each component in the system is made to withstand extreme temperatures, including moisture, and to keep dirt and road salt out of the internal mechanism.


Volvo Brake Maintenance in Northern Virginia

While each brakes system is different, a good rule of thumb is to have the brakes checked every 30,000 miles. That number also depends on whether you are a city driver, using the brakes constantly in stop-and-go traffic, or a highway driver who puts a lot of mileage on the tires but not the brakes. Of course, if your brakes are squealing, grinding or hesitating when you depress the brake pedal, you should have your brakes checked immediately by a professional.





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