Keeping on top of your Honda car, truck, or SUV's service needs can be a challenge. Some parts of your vehicle are easy to remember - you've got to change your oil, you've got to keep your tires properly inflated - but it can be easy to forget the "little stuff" you don't see quite as often. While it can be a challenge to stay on top of all of your vehicle's service needs it's vital to keep up with those "invisible" needs as well like air filters and perhaps most importantly your Honda's brake pads and rotors.
Flowers Honda knows you want to keep your vehicle in tip top shape, but we also know we're all human and are here to remind you that it's vital to regularly check your front and rear brake components for wear, stress, and verify if they need replacing.
Wear and tear on your front brakes depends on your driving habits, road conditions where you live, and a number of other factors but generally speaking front brakes tend to wear out between 30,000 and 60,000 miles You should consult your Honda service manual for specifics regarding your chosen Honda car, truck, or SUV but a few things tend to ring true regardless of what kind of vehicle you drive. Rear brake components tend to wear out well after their equivalent in the front due to the level of stress and pressure required to slow and stop a vehicle. Many rear brakes can last between 50,000 to 80,000 miles or beyond but you can also always bring your vehicle into our Honda service department and have our team of factory-trained Honda experts perform a multipoint inspection that will verify the current state of your brake pads and rotors - front and back - and make recommendations without the salesmanship and pressure you often find at service departments. Our goal is simply to keep your vehicle in tip-top shape and keep you and yours safe.
Depending on the needs of your vehicle and its unique driving history this can be a tough question to answer simply. There are many components to brake systems that may need servicing and some vehicles may need a brake fluid flush or brake pads while others may need new brake lines due to leaks, resurfacing of rotors, or a number of other things but rest assured, the multipoint inspection our OEM-trained technicians will perform is designed to suss out any problems so our team of experts can get your Honda back on the road safely. Depending on what the inspection reveals, your brake service at Flowers Honda in Thomasville might include:
Everyone should strive to keep their vehicle in the best condition possible, but vehicle repairs and maintenance cost can be an unpleasant shock. That's why we always advise that you stay on top of Honda-scheduled maintenance so that way you can plan for these expenses. While you're planning, or once you find yourself in need of immediate brake service, you can always check out Flowers Honda's assortment of Honda service specials in Thomasville to find coupons, deals, and other discounts that can help make the vital service your vehicle needs fit more neatly into your budget.