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If you drive a Chevy with rear disc brakes, your vehicle will need rear brake pad replacement from time to time. When that time comes, trust the experts at Stephen Wade Chevrolet, serving Washington and Ivins. When you visit our service center, you’ll experience our exceptional service and see why drivers from Santa Clara and beyond choose Stephen Wade Chevrolet for Chevy rear brake pad replacement.
There are several things that set Stephen Wade Chevrolet apart from the local mechanics’ shops and big-name auto repair centers. One of the biggest? We use OEM GM brake pads when we perform this service. Not all brake pads are made alike, and the quality you’ll get from an OEM part is better than that of many aftermarket parts. While it’s possible that aftermarket parts are cheaper at the time of installation, a part that doesn’t last as long will end up costing you more in the long run. When you bring your Chevy in, it will be serviced by technicians who have been trained and certified by General Motors, so you know you’re getting only the best.
No two drivers drive in exactly the same way, which means that no two pairs of rear brake pads are likely to wear down in exactly the same way. The range at which brake pads wear down differs drastically. So, the best way to know when your brake pads need to be changed is to visit Stephen Wade Chevrolet for regular brake inspection.
Of course, changing brake pads often isn’t fun. The good news is there are ways to make your rear brake pads last longer. One of the most important ways to keep your brake pads in good condition is to avoid hard braking. Try to come to a gradual stop rather than slamming on the brakes at the last minute. In addition to helping your brake pads, this can also make your drive safer and improve your fuel economy. In addition, make sure you don’t keep the trunk full of unnecessary cargo. If you’re driving around with extra weight in the back, your rear brake pads will be under extra strain.