We all know that brakes are important. Without brakes, or with worn brakes, you won’t be able to stop when you need to. You may need to press harder on the brake pedal than usual, or you may find your braking distance is affected.

To keep you safe behind the wheel, you’ll occasionally need your brakes serviced. Instead of searching “brake service near me,” simply head over to our on-site service center at Toyota Boerne.

Our service experts can help you get safely get back on the road in no time at all. Schedule a service appointment to get started.

Brake Repair at Service Center

Our Service Center

When your Toyota vehicle is in need of brake service, you can rest assured that our service center can perform expert-level service in less time then expected. This is possible for two different reasons: state-of-the-art diagnostic and repair tools and our team of Toyota-certified technicians.

In addition to quick turnaround service, you can rest assured that any new brake parts will expertly fit your Toyota vehicle. That’s because our service center only uses genuine Toyota OEM (original manufacturer equipment) auto parts.

Since these are the same ones used by the manufacturer, you’ll find that they not only fit your vehicle perfectly, but they may last longer, too.

Pressing in Brake Pedal

Signs You Need Brake Service

While it takes the skilled eye of a mechanic to know for sure, there are some things you may notice while driving around town that could indicate it’s time for brake service. These signs include:

  • Grinding sound
  • Vibrations in the steering wheel or brake pedal
  • Pulling to the right or left when braking

If you notice any of these signs, don’t wait to have a mechanic check it out. There are several components that make up your braking system, so if you wait too long to have your brakes serviced, you may need multiple parts repaired.

Signs You Need Your Brakes Replaced

Car Brakes

Components of Your Braking System

As mentioned, there are several different components that make up your braking system. While they are all different parts, they all work together to ensure your brakes are running at 100 percent. Let’s take a look at each of these parts.

Brake Pad

Brake pads sandwich your rotor. When pressure is applied to your pedal, the brake pad will squeeze against the rotor and transfer this pressure. By applying pressure and friction, your car will start to slow down.


These disks are a crucial part of your brake system. They can often overheat and warp over time because of the friction frequently applied to them.

When these warp, the surface of your rotors is no longer flat. When this happens, you may notice your brakes are a bit jittery.


Calipers are important because they are the connecting piece between the brake pad and rotor.

Schedule Your Brake Service Today

When you notice that your brakes aren’t working as well as they previously have, don’t wait to get your brakes checked by one of our Toyota-certified technicians.

With our help, you’ll spend less time in the shop and more time cruising the town. Visit us at Toyota Boerne to get your brakes serviced near you today!

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