Brake repair is not something you can just put off until it is convenient. Your brakes are one of the most important components of keeping your vehicle safe and reliable, and delaying repairs can put you and your family at risk. It is important to know the warning signs that your brakes may be failing. Failing brakes can put not only you in danger, but others on the road as well. You never know when you may need to slow down or stop quickly. If you notice any of the following warning signs occurring, take your car in to your Single Phase Induction Motor local shop for a full brake assessment to insure that it is safe to be on the road!Perhaps one of the most obvious signs that you are in need of brake repair is if your brake warning light is on. This can indicate that there is low fluid in the system or that you have lost pressure, both of which need immediate attention. Other warning signs of brake failure include if the brake pedal, steering wheel or entire car vibrates or pulsates or if there is either low or hard pedal pressure (i.e. if the pedal easily pushes all the way to the ground, or if the pedal is harder than usual to push down). Another warning sign is if the brakes squeal: any excessive squealing, grinding, or clattering may mean your brakes need serious attention. This usually indicates you need to replace your brake pads or rotors to maintain proper brake function. Any drag on your car or brakes that seems to \u0093stick\u0094 can indicate brake failure. Finally, if your car pulls to one side when you apply the brakes, it can be a red flag that you should be getting your car looked at by a professional.Brake repair often is not a complicated process. It may be something as simple as topping off your brake fluid or getting new brake pads or rotors installed. However, by ignoring problems you may have with your braking system for too long can place you and your passengers in serious danger. It is important to keep an eye out for these warning signs and maintain your brakes regularly. Your local brake repair shop can do a full assessment and let you know the status of your braking system. They can give you recommendations and let you know if the problem needs immediate attention. While fixing your brakes may not be cheap, it is an investment in keeping your vehicle safe and running smoothly. If you have any of the above indicators of brake failure, call right away for a full assessment!