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Are you looking for Brakes for your vehicle?

Brakes are as important as an engine in a car. They provide control over slowing down the vehicle. Their malfunction is a serious safety concern, so it is obvious that you are required to keep them in healthy operating condition.

As long as they are operating optimally, you are safe, and in case you notice any problems with your car’s brakes, you should immediately contact us - SAI MOT CENTRE for the best and most reliable brake service Wimbledon.

What causes brakes to fail?

Apart from natural wear and tear, there are multiple reasons that could cause brake failures. One of them is rash driving, so it is suggested that you avoid it. Other than that:

Leakage in the brake line:

If there is leakage in the brake line, it will cause the loss of brake fluid, which will eventually result in brake failure.


It will reduce the brake response, and your vehicle will take longer to stop than usual, gradually spoiling the braking system.

Driving on uneven roads/dust/water:

Driving in such conditions frequently will pose an adverse effect on your vehicle and will eventually damage the braking system.

Worn-out or overheating brake pedal:

This will increase the braking distance as it will decrease the grip over the rotor discs. Therefore, regular maintenance is very important.

How do I identify malfunctioning brakes?

Anti-lock braking system:

Keep an eye on the ABS Indicator; if this light is on (showing on a vehicle’s dashboard), it means there is something wrong with the braking system, and you need to get it checked.

Noise when applying brakes:

If you hear an unusual or odd noise while applying the brakes, it strongly indicates that the braking system needs to be fixed.

Vibrations in steering:

While applying brakes, if you feel vibrations in the steering or vehicle cabin, it is a sign to go for brake service Wimbledon immediately.

Vehicle taking longer to stop:

It’ll be pretty evident if your vehicle takes more time to stop than usual. You should get it fixed as soon as you notice it.

Vehicle drifting to either side:

If the brakes are not in optimal condition, your vehicle will veer to one side when you apply the brakes.

Soft or spongy brake pedal:

When you apply the brakes, if you feel that the brake pedal is spongy or soft, it indicates that the brake system is not in its optimum condition, and you need to get it checked as soon as possible.

If you notice any of these symptoms, do not delay getting in touch with us for a brake service Wimbledon.

To book an appointment for brake repair Wimbledon, you can use our website’s booking section, give us a call at 020 8542 3452 or come to see us at our centre.

We offer many other services as well that you can book. You can find detailed information about all of them on our homepage.

If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to get in touch.

Our team is happy to help you.

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