Brake Repair & Service

Wheeland’s Auto and Truck Services is the premier European, Asian, and domestic dealership alternative for brake repair and service, and auto repair. 

Your brakes are the only thing standing between you stopping your vehicle and colliding with another object or vehicle. When you press the brake pedal, this complex system uses hydraulics to bring thousands of pounds of steel, rubber, and glass to a halt. When your brakes work properly, you may never think twice about their performance. However, if you notice out-of-the-ordinary performance, strange sounds, or anything awry, it’s vital to seek professional brake repair and service. And Wheeland’s Auto and Truck Services makes brake repair & service as easy as possible. Contact us today to learn more about our brake repair & service solutions. 


At Wheeland’s Auto and Truck Services, every brake repair and service starts with a comprehensive inspection. We will carefully examine your brakes to pinpoint problems and identify any additional wear and tear. The inspection allows us to assess the overall condition of your brakes. Afterward, we will discuss our findings with you, discuss the severity of any issues, and explain our suggestions.

How Often Should I Have a Brake Inspection?

Every manufacturer may have different suggestions as to how often you should schedule a brake inspection. The consensus is you should have a brake inspection every 10,000 to 12,000 miles or once a year. However, if you notice any of the following signs of brake distress, schedule a brake inspection immediately:

Leaking brake fluid
Dashboard Brake lights
Spongy or soft brakes
Stiff or hard brakes
Any changes in your braking response or capability
Vibration or shaking when
you brake

Brake Pad Replacement in New Hampshire

The most common brake repair & service we perform at Wheeland’s Auto and Truck Services is brake pad replacement. Your brake pads are made of a friction material attached to a sturdy steel backing plate. Every time you press the brake pedal, the friction material clamps down against the outer and inner services of your steel brake rotor to generate massive amounts of heat and pressure, which brings your vehicle to a stop. Over time, the friction material wears away, and you must have brake pad replacement. 

The Best Brake Repair & Service Center in New Hampshire

The ASE-certified technicians and mechanics at Wheeland’s Auto and Truck Services specialize in performing brake repair and service on all types of vehicles, including:

We offer a myriad of different brake repair and brake services, including:

Common Signs You Need Brake Pad Replacement

There are many signs and indications you need brake pad replacement, including:

A high-pitched squeal whenever you press the brakes.
A wear indicator appears on your vehicle’s dashboard.
Your brake pedal vibrates or pulsates whenever you press it.
You have high mileage on your existing brake pads.
Your vehicle wanders or pulls to one side when you press the brake pedal.
Do you see any brake system warning lights on your dashboard panel?

Is Brake Pad Replacement a Serious Issue?

Absolutely, brake pad replacement is a critical concern. If you notice any of these signs, replace your brake pads as soon as possible. Failure to do so can create a dangerous and unsafe situation. Worn-out brake pads will increase your stopping distance, causing you to underestimate the time you need to stop. And if you continue driving on worn brake pads, it will lead to a grinding, metal-on-metal sound, which is when your friction material is completely gone. This causes the metal brake pad backing to rub against your rotor, which can lead to significantly more expensive brake repair & service. Instead, the best solution is to schedule a brake inspection when you notice any signs of wear.

Contact Wheeland's Auto and Truck Services for Brake Repair & Service

When you need diesel repair & service, the ASE-certified mechanics and technicians at Wheeland’s Auto and Truck Services will meet your needs and exceed your expectations. 

Contact Wheeland’s Auto and Truck Services

Call us today at 603-924-8544, visit us at 18 NH Route 45 in Temple, NH, or complete our online contact form. 

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