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When it comes to your car’s maintenance needs, one of the most important things you need to keep an eye on is the braking system. Brakes are perhaps the most crucial component of your car when it comes to vehicle safety. If you cannot stop in time, you could end up in an accident. Our specifically trained brake experts will evaluate, repair, as well as if needed, replace your brake system to guarantee it’s working effectively as well as efficiently. So you can get back when driving with full self-confidence.

What does our brake service include?

  • Changing your worn brake pads and/or brake shoes
  • Resurfacing your brake rotors or drums
  • Changing your brake fluid as needed
  • Inspecting your brake lines and connections


Brake Pads Replacement Schedule an appointment
Brake Rotors/Drums Resurfaced Schedule an appointment
Brake Master Cylinder Replacement Schedule an appointment
Brake Hose Replacement Schedule an appointment
Brake Fluid Flush & Replacement Schedule an appointment
Brake Caliper Replacement Schedule an appointment


We offer a full range of garage services to vehicle owners in Tenerife. We can help you with everything from an oil change to an engine change. Whether you drive a small car or medium sized truck or SUV, our mechanics strive to ensure that your vehicle will be performing at its best before leaving our car shop.

**Please be aware that we are not able to carry out work such as routine servicing using parts provided by the customer, this is to avoid any complications with warranties.

Schedule an appointment for a FREE estimate on your automobile issue.

  • We make auto repair and maintenance more convenient for you

  • We are a friendly, helpful and professional group of people

  • Our professionals know how to handle a wide range of car services

  • We get the job done right — the first time

  • Same day service for most repairs and maintenance

  • Bring your automobile in for a FREE estimate

  • We never start or perform repairs without your approval.

  • We have English and Spanish speaking mechanics, so you can be sure you understand what needs to be done and/or what has been done.

  • Licensed and Legal to operate in Tenerife


  • Why Do Brakes Squeal?

    Brake squeal is common and can be caused by a number of conditions: Worn pads, glazed pads and rotors, broken anti rattle clips, lack of pad insulation or insulation shims, and incorrect rotor surface cut or no surface cut at all.

  • What Are the Warning Signs I Need New Brakes?

    Have you ever heard a high-pitched screeching sound when you applied your brakes? That’s a small metal shim, called an indicator, which is giving you an audible warning that you need to replace your brake pads.

    Reduced responsiveness or fading
    If your brakes are not as responsive as they should be or if the pedal “sinks” toward the floor, this could be an indication of a leak in the braking system. It could be an air leak (in the brake hose) or a brake fluid leak. One telltale sign of a brake fluid leak is the presence of a small puddle of fluid when the car is parked. Brake fluid looks similar to fresh motor oil, but with a less “slimy” texture.

    If your vehicle “pulls” to one side while braking, it may be a sign that the brake linings are wearing unevenly or that there is foreign matter in the brake fluid. Your vehicle may need a brake adjustment or to have the fluid drained and replaced.

    Grinding or growling
    This loud metallic sound means that you have worn down the pads completely, most likely beyond replacement. The grinding or growling noise is caused by the two pieces of metal (the disc and the caliper) rubbing together. This can “score,” or scratch your rotors, creating an uneven surface. If this happens, do not be surprised if your mechanic tells you that the rotors need to be “turned” (a process that evens out the rotor surface), or even replaced.

    A vibration or pulsating brake pedal is often a symptom of warped rotors (but can also indicate that your vehicle is out of alignment). The vibration can feel similar to the feedback in the brake pedal during a panic stop in a vehicle equipped with anti-lock brakes.

  • Can Brakes Fail, then Work Again?

    Usually that happens when the brake fluid has not been changed after the specified time, usually two years.

    What happens is that the fluid gradually absorbs water and its boiling point falls. After some heavy braking, the heat dissipated in the pads or shoes soaks into the hydraulic cylinders and the fluid boils. Vapour is compressible, so the next time the pedal is pressed, nothing happens, no braking action, and possibly very serious accident.

    Modern cars are complex and must be maintained EXACTLY as the manufacturers specify.

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