Summer is here and you are likely carpooling kids to the NRH20 water park in North Richland Hills, Hurricane Harbor in Arlington or maybe up to Hawaiian Falls in Roanoke. With a car full of wet kids, you know how important it is to keep them safe from slipping on wet pavement.
How does your vehicle handle wet road conditions? Water, especially lots of it, makes it more difficult for tires to grip the pavement, thus causing them to lose touch with the ground and creating the effect known as “hydroplaning.” This summer, we are already experiencing more rain than we did in last summer’s drought – so driving on wet roads may seem “unfamiliar” to you. Our Fort Worth brake repair facility is committed to your safety on the road. When was the last time you had your brakes checked? We have customers from all over Keller, Watauga, North Fort Worth and around Tarrant county (see how far some customers drive to see a mechanic they can trust) who come in just to let us look at the quality of their braking system. Wouldn’t you like to have that peace of mind the next time you are driving around a car full of kids and it starts to rain?
NRH customer, James L., gave us this review in the past 5 months about his service with us concerning his brakes:
“I took my car to Jeffrey’s Automotive to have my brakes and timing belt repaired and I am happy to say, I received the best customer service and repair for my vehicle. I really felt like they cared about my needs and even provided transportation back to my home once it was determined my brake repair was going to be a couple of hours so I did not have to sit and wait. I will definitely take all my vehicles here in the future.”
At Jeffrey’s, we offer complete car care, including a quality brake inspection. If you are worried about how much a brake check costs, don’t worry! Click on the button below and schedule your appointment today for your FREE brake check: