Taylormotive Service Ltd. is the first I-Car Gold & Aluminum Class™ certified professional collision repair shop in North Vancouver.

Taylormotive Service Ltd 65 Years Taylormotive Collision & Mechanical Repair

Automotive Collision
Repair & Paint Division

Automotive Service &
Mechanical Repair Division

Collision Repair and Auto Service in North Vancouver

Taylormotive's Employees with over 468 years of Customer Service

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Dependable Brake Repair in North Vancouver

When you press on your brakes, you want to know that you will be able to bring your vehicle to a complete halt without delay. The mechanics at Taylormotive wish to help you do just that with brake repair in North Vancouver.

The braking system is one of your vehicle’s most significant safety elements—and it is one that you cannot risk not working correctly. Our skilled technicians provide the dependable brake repair service your vehicle needs to remain safe and roadworthy. Book an appointment with our car shop today to get your brakes inspected, tuned up, or repaired.

Signs You Need Your Brakes Fixed

You don’t want to wait until your brakes fail before taking your vehicle into our shop. So, what are some signs that it is time to inspect your brakes? Here are some of the most common indicators that you need to schedule an appointment with our mechanics:

Brake Service Light – Many modern vehicles make it very easy to know when you are in need of a brake job, thanks to an illuminated light on your instrument panel. If your brake service light comes on, you can rest assured that it is time to bring your vehicle into the shop.

Squealing, Grinding, & Screeching – These noises will tell you that a fix is required. Usually, these sounds mean that metal is touching metal instead of pads, which can mean extensive wear and tear.

Pulsing When Applying the Brakes – If you feel pulsing through your foot when applying the brakes, it indicates that the discs are warped and will need replacement.

Brake Pedal Goes Right to the Floor – If you press the brake pedal and it goes right to the floor, that means there is a critical flaw in the system. This could include a catastrophic leak or another major issue you cannot delay getting inspected and fixed.