Brake Service Advice From Griffin Ford

Discover signs of brake wear and the importance of a brake inspection.

Your brakes are one of the most important safety features on your vehicle. Griffin Ford is here to help you make sure they’re in optimum condition. Brakes are designed to slowly wear as you use them. That’s why it’s so important to visit Griffin Ford where an expert technician can perform a thorough inspection and complete any needed maintenance or repairs.

Can you spot the signs?

Have you ever wondered what’s stopping you? Do your brakes feel squishy or squeak? These are signs you shouldn’t ignore. Even if you don’t see any signs, a routine inspection at Griffin Ford can save you money on costly repairs. To discover more about how brakes work, how to spot warning signs and why it’s so important to have regular brake inspections, please view the video above.

Lifetime Brake Pad Guarantee*

At Ford, we’ll stop at nothing to make sure you can stop for anything. That’s why we provide a Lifetime Brake Pad Guarantee. Our brake pads are specifically designed and engineered for your Ford. For optimum stopping power, schedule a brake inspection at Griffin Ford.

*Eligible Motorcraft brake pads purchased after July 1, 2014. Nontransferable. Requires completion of any other necessary brake service such as brake rotor service. Replacement Motorcraft brake pads must be installed by a Ford Dealership or Quick Lane® technician to be eligible. Labor costs not included. Restrictions and exclusions apply. See Service Advisor for details. Motorcraft® is a registered trademark of Ford Motor Company.

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