Have you Heard? May 1st - June 30th 2021 - Spring Brake  Special at Trail Tire Auto Centers – Get up to $100 off any brake job at participating Trail Tire Auto Centers.

Contact your nearest location today for more details.



WHAT'S INCLUDED with a Trail Tire Auto Centers Braking Job?

1.   Premium Brake Parts That Meet Or Exceed New Car Warranty Standards.

2.   Service Performed By our ASE certified Automotive Technicians.

3.   Warranty Approved Inspection Report Card

4.    Mechanical parts installed at a Trail Tire Auto Centers will be covered for a period of 12 months, parts and labour.


Do you need new brakes? 5 signs that you may need new brakes for your vehicle.

 With all the care we take to make sure your car drives safely on exactly the right tires, from major brands such as Bridgestone, Firestone, Michelin, and BF Goodrich; it is also a must that we make sure your vehicle is able to stop throughout the seasons in spring, summer, winter, and fall with a proper braking system.

If you have any of the following brakes symptoms contact your nearest Trail Tire Auto Centers to get your brakes inspected and tested.

Your brakes are squealing

That crushing, squealing sound of metal on metal screeching is what comes to mind when most drivers think of failing brakes. You know the sound, make sure to get your brakes taken care of right away when that happens.

Your brake pedal has fallen

One of the sure-fire signs your brakes are failing is a falling brake pedal. The vehicle is not stopping as quickly as it used to and it just does not feel as safe on the road.

You have to hit the brakes harder

If any one brake or axle is not performing the way it’s supposed to, you’ll have to push harder on your pedal to stop your vehicle.

Your brake pedal is vibrating

Sometimes when brakes aren’t working, you’ll notice the pedal shudders and it’s often accompanied by a chattering sound as well as a steering wheel shaking back and forth.

You feel a pull to the left or right

If you’re applying the brakes and you notice a pull to the left or right, it could mean one of the vehicle’s calipers or wheel cylinders are seized.

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