Brake Maintenance at Bill Kolb Jr. Subaru

Your Subaru vehicle's ability to go is certainly one thing. The vehicles in the Subaru lineup are well-equipped with powerful engines and plenty of capability, but all that going power that your vehicle has is really only as good as its stopping power. Here at Bill Kolb Jr. Subaru, we can help you tend to all your brake service needs so that you can have the utmost confidence in your car as you explore Orangeburg.

The Benefits of Routine Brake Maintenance

Routine brake maintenance works to enhance the life span of your vehicle through making sure your new Subaru or used car is always performing at its best. In addition, frequent brake maintenance service also works to help eliminate more costly repairs in the future.

Pickup, Delivery, & Contact Free Brake Options

Do you need brake repair or maintenance services, but don't want to leave home? Bill Kolb Jr. Subaru invites drivers to take advantage of our pickup & delivery services which are completely contact free. Simply contact our service center, explain your needs, and we'll create a personalized delivery experience just for you!

Your Brake Questions Answered!

How often should I get my brakes checked?

We recommend getting your brakes inspected at least once every six months or so to ensure that your brake system is in good shape. Schedule a brake check with a tire rotation is a great way to help you remember!

How long does it take to have my brakes repaired?

It depends on which brake components need to be replaced, but you can generally expect brake service to take about 30 minutes to an hour. You can depend on our Subaru pros for quick, high-quality service.

What's the difference between rotors and brake pads?

Brake pads & rotors do showcase some differences. Rotors are the circular disc parts of your car's brake system. Brake pads press against the rotors to give your car the power to slow down or stop.

How long do rotors and brake pads last?

The longevity of your brake components depends heavily on your driving habits. Typically, brake pads last for about 35,000 miles while rotors can last up to 70,000 miles. These figures can vary greatly, which is why it's important to have your brakes inspected regularly.

When does my car need new brakes?

Your car is likely due for new brakes if you experience unusual sounds like screeching or squealing. You might also notice that your brake pedal feels less responsive. Please don't wait to schedule service at our service center near New City and Spring Valley if you notice anything off about your brakes.

How much do new brakes cost?

Brake cost depends on a few factors, including which components need to be replaced. We also offer specials on brake service! Please contact us for more details.

Looking for Subaru brake maintenance & repair?

Our Subaru service center near Suffern and Nyack is proud to offer professional brake service. We even offer pickup and delivery service that's completely contact free for your convenience and peace of mind. Contact us today to learn more!

  1. Bill Kolb Jr Subaru

    252 Route 303
    Orangeburg, NY 10962

    • Sales: 845-398-6300
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