Santa Clarita Brake Services
Helping You Control Your Vehicle When You Need to Stop
It’s one thing to get your truck or vehicle going but getting it to stop when you need it to is another matter entirely. Whether you’re driving a diesel truck or a standard car, you need to be able to reliably stop your vehicle quickly and safely to prevent dangerous accidents. Quality, well-maintained brakes are essential, and at DEI Truck & Fleet, we have everything Santa Clarita residents need to make sure their vehicles can safely stop at the drop of a hat.
From basic repairs and maintenance to full part replacements, our mechanics can provide brake services to any type of vehicle you drive. Like everything else we do, our brake services are designed to ensure that no matter how long your drive is, you can rely on your vehicle to keep you safe and get you where you need to go.
Are Your Brakes in Good Shape?
It’s important to know when your breaks need servicing as soon as possible. Having your breaks fail to work entirely can be catastrophic, so make sure you contact us at the first sign of an issue so we can get things fixed before any problems get worse.
Signs That You Need Professional Brake Services Include:
- Your brake light is on
- Strange squealing, squeaking, or grinding noises when you use your brakes
- Your vehicle vibrates, lurches, wobbles, or drifts to one side when you brake
- Your vehicle bounces when you come to a sudden stop
- “Soft” brake pedals
- Leaking brake fluid
- You smell something burning as you drive
Services for Every Type of Vehicle
At DEI Truck & Fleet, we pride ourselves in our ability to accommodate any kind of vehicle, from large diesel trucks to standard cars and everything in between. Our facilities and equipment can handle even the largest vehicles, and we have all the space we need to accommodate multiple vehicles of any size at the same time.
When it comes to our brake services, we make sure our Santa Clarita mechanics know how to service multiple types of braking systems. Larger trucks typically use an air braking system that doesn’t require brake fluid. While this negates the need for regular fluid refills, these systems come with their own troubles and issues that we are more than ready to handle. Of course, we’re still prepared to handle issues with conventional, fluid-based brakes as well!