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  1. Brake pedal in an automatic transmission vehicle. Brakes can be expertly serviced by Evans Tire and Service Centers.

    How to Help Your Brakes Last Longer

    A good set of brakes can help keep you, your passengers, and your car safe on the road. However, brake parts do not last forever. Your car brakes can last from 25,000 to 70,000 miles, depending on your driving habits and …

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  2. Evans Tire & Service Centers offers tips on how to know when your vehicle needs a brake inspection.

    Signs That You Need a Brake Inspection

    Brakes are prone to wear out over time, and their lifespan depends on various factors — especially those that relate to how you take care of them and the state of the roads you drive. Your vehicle’s brakes require regular …

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  3. Man Filling Tire with Air

    Inspect Your Car Before a Trip

    With the holidays on their way, while some visits are out of reach or inadvisable in the current climate, many people will still hit the roads to see distant family in the next few months. If you’re one of those …

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  4. Myths about common brake problems

    3 Myths About Common Braking Problems

    Automotive braking systems utilize a large array of components in order to safely bring your car to a stop when you press down on the brake pedal. All of the different components involved means that brake systems can experience many …

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  5. 8 Sounds That Indicate Car Troubles

    The sound of modern cars can be inspiring. What you don’t want to hear are the abnormal and annoying warning sounds that may let you know that things aren’t all good under the hood. Many automotive issues can alter the …

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  6. Checking Rotors on Vehicle image

    How Do You Know When You Need New Brakes?

    Car maintenance experts deal often deal with brake issues. Most are caused by normal wear and tear, while a growing number are the result of salt water corrosion. By and large the biggest problem is drivers who knowingly ignore minor …

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