A healthy brake system is extremely important. To maintain this, it's integral to keep up with your Honda's regular maintenance. At North Shore Honda, our Honda service center in Long Island offers convenient hours and a convenient location that allow you to take care of your vehicle's service needs whenever works best for you. Bring your vehicle in to the service center at North Shore Honda, and we'll provide a brake inspection to ensure that your car's brake system is in tiptop shape.



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"I've never had a bad experience there with my current car or my previous car. Sales and service are great. I'm always in and out. When I leased my Civic in June of 2013 the test drive to the signature was really easy and stress free. I always tell my friends and family to go to North Shore Honda for sales service or even parts." - DealerRater user  

"My first time at North Shore Honda and was beyond pleased.  My service representative was fantastic and will continue to service with North Shore Honda." - DealerRater user  

Time For New Brakes:

We all know that the brake's have a very important job--to bring the vehicle to a stop; a healthy brake system helps to keep you and your loved ones out of harm's way. The brake system in your Honda is in constant use, so it's constantly going through wear and tear every day. Look for these warning signs to know if it's time for brake maintenance:

  • A grinding sound coming from the brakes is a telltale sign that your brake pads are worn out. This greatly reduces the stopping power and effectiveness of your brakes in critical situations.
  • If you notice your brake pedal responding differently, that is a sure sign something is wrong. It may feel soft or spongy when you apply the brakes or it could be difficult to push down. Either of these situations may also include your vehicle pulling to one side when you brake because the calipers have worn down unevenly.
  • Vibrations through the pedal or steering wheel are signs that your brakes have heated up too much and are indicative of serious rotor problems.
  • A bad odor when you apply your brakes means something isn't working properly or is about to fail. Overheated brake pads lead to unreliable braking patterns.
  • Warning light. There's a reason these things come on, and if they do then don't ignore them.

At North Shore Honda, we've been one of the leading destinations for Honda service in Long Island for years now. Our factory trained service technicians have the training and tools to provide quality Honda service, and work only with genuine OEM parts to preserve the integrity of your Honda. Give us a call or visit our Honda service center in Long Island for a brake inspection or brake system maintenance today!