Caring for your vehicle shouldn’t be a hassle. At Clarke Automotive Systems, we go above and beyond in order to provide you with an enjoyable experience, convenient services, affordable prices, as well as superior workmanship. Bring your vehicle to us for a professional brake replacement or repair. We'll get you on the road again... quickly!
Don't Put Off Your Brake Replacement or Repair Service
If you hear a sharp blubbering sounds coming from your wheels, it’s not something to ignore. It can be a sign that the brakes of your car are starting to go bad, as well as the brake pads have gotten too thin (which can be harmful). Whether your vehicle is Honda, Acura, Toyota, Lexus, or Hybrids, a top notch and dependable brake repair or brake replacement is what you need from us. Brake repair has to be taken care of immediately to avoid any accidents. Clarke Automotive Systems is definitely the best place to go in Brandon, FL for all your brake job needs.
We believe that brake repair is not a job an amateur should try to do. At Clarke Automotive Systems, we have certified and trusted car care specialists in the shop who do the expert diagnostics in order to make sure that the problem is addressed. We only use high quality and state of the art aftermarket parts for brake repair and replacement because we know the importance this plays especially in proper functionality and durability. Rest assured, our customer service will be fantastic and our work will be the very best.
Brake repair or replacement must be done as soon as possible. Bear in mind that those high-pitched sounds can be a warning signal of trouble. Fortunately, we can take care of the problem quickly and help you get back in the road in no time. If you need a professional brake repair in Brandon, please don’t hesitate to give us a call – we’re always ready to provide you with the best brake repair service possible
Brake Systems – All You Ever Wanted to Know
The brake system of your vehicle has one job, and that is to stop your vehicle. However, it takes several key components in order to deliver singular end result. Bringing a vehicle to a halt requires three necessary things – leverage, friction, ad hydraulic force. Leverage is supplied by the pressure of the driver’s leg and the brake pedal. The brake pedal is connected by rods and levers of the power booster. The booster uses either a hydraulic pump or engine vacuum to multiply as well as transfer the force of the leverage to the master cylinder (which is the heart of the brake hydraulic system of your vehicle). It uses applied leverage in order to force a container full of brake fluid through rubber hoses, steel lines and valves into wheel cylinders and hydraulic calipers. That hydraulic pressure is then consumed to help create friction.
In addition to this braking system, most of the vehicles today utilize an electronic anti-lock brake system. Also, with the use of high pressure pumps and electronic sensors, the ABS system of your car can measure vehicle speed, brake force and wheel slip. Then, it actually pumps the brakes in your behalf during an emergency stop.