Hitting the Brakes in CHERRY HILLPosted February 17, 2019 10:16 AM
Safety should always be an element of your vehicle care. So even if you don't care about how your vehicle looks, you should practice preventive maintenance to protect yourself — and other CHERRY HILL drivers — on the road. And good safety starts with good brakes.
Of course, if you are having trouble with your brakes, NOW is the time to fix them. If your brake warning light is on, that's a good sign that you need your brakes checked. You can also tell something is wrong with your brakes by the feel of the pedal or unusual sounds while braking. If the brake pedal is low, feels spongy when you press it or is hard to push, that indicates a problem with your brakes. If you hear squealing, grinding or clunking noises when you brake, that can also indicate serious problems. If vibrations accompany braking, then it is to get your brakes checked.
Water can build up in your brake fluid, which can cause corrosion in your braking system. Eventually this can cause your brake fluid to leak. So CHERRY HILL drivers should also change their brake fluid periodically. Your vehicle owner's manual will have guidelines on how often it should be replaced, or you can ask a service advisor at Joe D'Auria's Auto.
Remember, CHERRY HILL folks, safety first. It's auto advice for all CHERRY HILL drivers on the road. You're not just protecting others; you're protecting yourself.
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I work not far from the station. This week myself and another co worker both had blown out tires like back to back. This service station took care of us and were very reasonable in price.
Joe D'Aurias Auto Service Mechanics' are excellent. They are very attentive to your work schedule. They contact the insurance or warranty companies. Their diagnostic and service process is extremely fast!
One of the few honest mechanics
Good service. Good people.
Extremely accommodating business and employees! Perfectly located off main highways!
I've been here half a dozen times with minor problems with my car. One or twice Joe topped off my fluids for free. A patched tire was ridiculously cheap. They are fast and friendly and very reasonably priced. Excellent!
The service is excellent and very fair in price. They have always been available for me when service is needed. Again a repeat return and excellent service!
Reasonably priced, professional, and didn't try to up sell me.
Best place to get your car worked on. These guys know what they?re doing and are always fair and affordable.
They will always take care of you and have very fair prices.