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 Robert St Automotive will keep your car going... and stopping too!

Your brake system is a critical safety feature in your car, 4 Wheel drive or Light commercial vehicle. Regular inspections and proper maintenance are important in order to ensure your safety and to avoid costly and hazardous failures to your vehicles brake system.

 Your Safety is Important!

It is important for your safety to look out for signs of possible brake failure. Some of the warring signs include squealing or grinding and other unusual noise you may hear, when you apply the brakes. Another sign is a brake pedal that can be depressed nearly to the floor, or a brake warning light that stays lit on your dashboard. All these indicators are signs to have your brake system checked as soon as possible.

Free brake check!

It starts with a FREE inspection at Robert St Automotive. Our expert technicians will examine the entire braking system‚ including brake pads and shoes, hydraulic fluids, rotors and drum wear, callipers and wheel cylinders, brake hardware, hoses and lines, master cylinder, and also vehicles equipped with anti-lock systems (ABS).

Our FREE inspection uncovers any wear, damage, or problems!

The Robert St Automotive brake service can include the following:

  • Wheel bearings repacked as needed
  • Lubrication for specified components
  • Rotor and drum resurfacing
  • Rotor and drum replacement
  • Replacement of other brake components
  • Old brake fluid is replaced with fresh fluid
  • Adjust parking brake as needed
  • Road test to ensure the entire braking system is operating properly


Brake fluid is contaminated over time due to extreme pressure, heat and exposure to moisture. Failing to replace the fluid can impair braking ability. Dirty brake fluid can also damage the hydraulic components of your braking system. This preventative maintenance service can restore the firmness of a brake pedal that feels spongy. It also helps prevent brake fade and prolongs the life of vital components.

 Whats included

  • Road test to assess system performance
  • Complete system flush of old brake fluid and any contaminants
  • Up to 1L of brake fluid
  • Complete inspection of your brake system
  • Our technicians recommendations
  • Detailed estimate for items requiring repair or replacement

Did you know? 

Brake fluid is a key component of your brake system. It transfers the force from your foot on the pedal to the brakes in order to stop your vehicle. It also keeps the internal components of your brake system lubricated and protected from corrosion.


It is important for your safety, and the safety of others, to keep a look out for the warning signs that your brakes may need replacing. These warning signs include grinding, squeeling, pulsating brakes through the pedal or steering wheel, or any other abnormal noise or abnormal brake pressure, or lack of, during braking.