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Rod's Tire and Automotive

47 Perimeter Pl
Medina, TN 38355

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If you’re sliding to a stop instead of stopping on the proverbial dime, it is time to find a brake repair specialist. As a conscientious driver, the last thing you want is to be the cause of an accident because you were unable to stop in time. Schedule an inspection of your vehicle’s braking system as soon as possible if you notice any of the signs below of failing brakes:

  • Brake light comes on and stays on.
  • Strange noises such as squealing, squeaking or grinding when the brake pedal is applied.
  • Wobbling, vibration or scraping when applying the brake pedal.
  • Leaking brake fluid.
  • The spongy or soft feeling when applying the brake pedal.
  • The car pulls to one side when applying the brakes.
  • Burning smell while driving, which means brake fluid is leaking and getting onto hot metal.
  • The car bounces up and down when making a hard quick stop.
Wondering when do brakes need to be replaced? Call mechanic at Rod’s Tire and Auto to schedule brake repair service so you are driving as safe as possible.
05
Oct
2018

If you’re sliding to a stop instead of stopping on the proverbial dime, it is time to find a brake repair specialist. As a conscientious driver, the last thing you want is to be the cause of an accident because you were unable to stop in time. Schedule an inspection of your vehicle’s braking system as soon as possible if you notice any of the signs below of failing brakes:

  • Brake light comes on and stays on.
  • Strange noises such as squealing, squeaking or grinding when the brake pedal is applied.
  • Wobbling, vibration or scraping when applying the brake pedal.
  • Leaking brake fluid.
  • The spongy or soft feeling when applying the brake pedal.
  • The car pulls to one side when applying the brakes.
  • Burning smell while driving, which means brake fluid is leaking and getting onto hot metal.
  • The car bounces up and down when making a hard quick stop.
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Like a lot of vehicle owners, when you have car issues you probably don’t know how to figure out what’s causing the problem. Do you end up paying for a repair that really didn’t need fixing in the first place, hoping that it would take of the problem? Having a problem diagnosed correctly is critical for receiving the best automotive repair service possible. Eliminate the guesswork of repair by trial-and-error that didn’t fix the cause of the problem!

Here are two easy tips for helping your automotive repair technician know where to start looking for a problem:

  • Be observant – If you know how your vehicle typically performs under various driving circumstances, then you will know when something isn’t working quite right. Use all your senses, what you see, hear, and feel, to observe what’s happening to your vehicle.
  • Jot it down – Write down the problem in detail--when, where and what--so that you can describe it in concise and descriptive terms to your mechanic. Relying on your memory isn’t really a good idea.
Are you looking for the automotive repair that is done right the first time? Contact our trusted auto shop for more information about automotive service.
05
Sep
2018

Like a lot of vehicle owners, when you have car issues you probably don’t know how to figure out what’s causing the problem. Do you end up paying for a repair that really didn’t need fixing in the first place, hoping that it would take of the problem? Having a problem diagnosed correctly is critical for receiving the best automotive repair service possible. Eliminate the guesswork of repair by trial-and-error that didn’t fix the cause of the problem!

Here are two easy tips for helping your automotive repair technician know where to start looking for a problem:

  • Be observant – If you know how your vehicle typically performs under various driving circumstances, then you will know when something isn’t working quite right. Use all your senses, what you see, hear, and feel, to observe what’s happening to your vehicle.
  • Jot it down – Write down the problem in detail--when, where and what--so that you can describe it in concise and descriptive terms to your mechanic. Relying on your memory isn’t really a good idea.
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