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Safety is paramount. So if you hear a grinding noise or the pedal feels spongy when breaking you must show your vehicle to a trained technician. At Auto Pro-Fit we take full consideration of safety when assessing all aspects of Brake faults.

At Auto Pro-Fit we perform important brake inspections on all vehicles. By identifying any problems we are able to help you avoid significantly higher prices in later repairs. Poor brakes are not only unsafe to use but will also reduce the braking performance of your vehicle and increase fuel consumption.

When replacing brakes we only use quality parts for our customers.

There are many different issues arising from faulty brakes:

  • A weak hand brake lever
  • Loss of brake pedal power
  • Spongey brakes
  • Vibration when braking your vehicle
  • Brake warning light
  • Brake judder (when pressing foot on brake pedal)
  • Hard brake pedal (when pressing foot on brake pedal)
  • Pull on steering when braking
  • ABS lights
  • Traction lights

If you have any of these issues you must see a trained technician immediately.

We also offer free break and break fluid checks. Ask a member of our team who would be happy to help.

What we can service and check:

  • Disc brakes
  • Brake pads
  • Brake fluid
  • Brake shoes
  • Brake lines
  • Brake pipes
  • ABS sensors
  • Wiring problems
  • Traction problems
  • Brake fluid change

To replace your brakes or to check their quality speak to a member or contact us on 01902 863641.

Brakes Advice

It goes without saying that brakes are an important component of a vehicle. A correct set of brakes allow us to stop safely and avoid collusions.

At Auto Pro-Fit we want you to keep your brakes in the best condition they can be to allow you to have a safe journey at all times. Here’s a few things to bear in mind about brakes and pads.

Break pads

Do you use your vehicle primarily for short journeys in and around the city/town? We all know that feeling of having to crawl in traffic or stopping for pedestrians. Because of the nature of our roads it causes a lot of wear on your pads.

However if you are a regular motorway driver you may find your pads last longer. Driving on the motorway means you’re more likely to be driving without having the need to stop or slow down hence less wear on your pads and a longer life.


Driving on your own, the car is light and thus easier to stop. But if you drive with your family in the back or regularly go out with friends it means that the car is heavier.

Every time you stop the vehicle this puts pressure on the brake pads as it requires greater pressure on your foot.


This is an obvious one but the more miles you do in your car the more likely your brakes and pads will have problems. The average life for a set of brake pads is around 50,000 miles but for some this can last for a longer period of time.

To replace your brakes or to check their quality speak to a member or contact us on 01902 863641.