Auto repair shop in Whitmore Lake, MI

Brake repair service in Ann Arbor, MI

Brake Repair Service near Ann Arbor MI

Having safe, reliable brakes in your vehicle is one of the most important safety concerns for any automobile owner. At State Street Auto Service, we take these repairs very seriously. With all the different repair advice out there, between brake pads, brake rotors, brake fluid flush, etc... it’s easy to get overwhelmed. That’s why our service advisors at State Street Auto Service near Ann Arbor, Michigan promise to give you sincere, straightforward brake repair advice and a realistic estimate for brake repair cost.

We specialize in brake repair and there are very few services more importantly than brake maintenance! Most brake pads need to be replaced every 50 to 70 thousand miles. Our ASE-Certified technicians can give you a brake inspection and brake service cost estimate tailored for your vehicle, and your budget.

Day in and day out, our technicians and service professionals see the consequences of poor brake maintenance and spend their time restoring many vehicles to safety once again. But unless you bring your vehicle in for brake service, there’s nothing we can do. For that reason, the folks at State Street Auto Service urge you to bring in your vehicle for a brake check if you haven’t done so recently. At the very least, brake inspection and service is necessary every three years or 36,000 miles.

We care about your safety and the safety of the drivers around you. Brake inspections are critical to keeping everyone on the road all right and out of harm’s way. Make an appointment for brake repair service and we’ll get your vehicle fixed up and get you on your way safe again.

Magnuson-Moss Act buyer beware

Having State Street Auto Service work on your vehicle in NO way limits or restricts your new car warranty. All that is important is that you service your vehicle. By law, having your vehicle serviced by the dealer is not required.

Magnuson-Moss Act of 1975 - Federal Law Prohibits any auto dealer from implying or denying routine warranty service because scheduled routine maintenance was performed at an independent facility. Title 15 Chapter 50 sections 2301-2312 US Federal Code.