Don’t Get Caught In The Cold: Repair Your Brakes Before Winter Weather Hits

Lightly fallen snow on the hood of a Subaru SUV

With the Fall already in full swing, many people are going to want to think about getting their brakes done before the winter season.

At Brakes On The Go, we understand that fitting in brake replacement and repair can be a hassle. You have so much on your plate already to worry about. Especially when it comes to taking care of your car in cold weather. You don’t want to wait until the last minute and end up stuck in a blizzard or out in the middle of a frozen highway without solid brakes.

That is why Brakes On The Go NJ offers mobile brake replacement in central New Jersey (click here to see which townships we serve), any time of the year. Simply give us a call at 732-462-8800 to schedule a time that is perfect for you and we can be there in no time and ready to assess your brakes and replace them on the spot. We even offer a 24,000 mile/2 year warranty on all of the work that we do and the parts that we provide.

Everyone has heard the horror stories about cars being stranded out in the cold during bad winter weather or even worse, getting into an icy accident due to bad or faulty brakes. Don’t let that be you. Contact Brakes On The Go NJ today and let us do all of the hard work for you, on your time, wherever you see fit.

We’ll come to your home, place of work, even to a parking spot in town or roadside of your choosing. Are those locations not conveniently available? We also offer pick up and drop-off service as well! That’s right, we’ll come to your location and pick up your vehicle! From there, we’ll bring it back to our garage, get the work done right, and then bring it right back to you! Our goal is creating the easiest Brake repair/replacement experience possible!

So don’t wait until it is too late. The winter weather forecast isn’t going to get any better. So why risk waiting until the last minute? Contact Brakes On The Go NJ today and let us replace your worn out brakes before the winter weather starts up.