At Everything Automotive of Jacksonville, Inc., we want our Jacksonville customers to have the opportunity to feel comfortable in their vehicle. You can leave the repairs and services to our professionals, but please don't hesitate to ask us questions about why a service is needed or how it occurred. Give us a call at 904-800-2714, and we will be happy to speak with you.
Brake Maintenance & Repair
Truck brakes are much more powerful than car brakes. Faulty truck brakes put the truck driver, the load, and other road users at risk. If you are not confident in your truck's ability to stop firm and straight when you hit the brakes, then it is time to have them checked and replaced if necessary. At Everything Automotive of Jacksonville, Inc., we will diagnose your truck and fleet's brake problems and offer high quality brake work. Visit our auto shop or call us today 904-800-2714.
A hydraulic brake is a type of braking system that uses brake fluid to transfer pressure to the brake pads. Although most heavy trucks use air brakes, some trucks have hydraulic brakes. A hydraulic brake consists of the following: a brake pedal, a push rod, a cylinder chamber, and brake pads. With time, the hydraulic brakes components wear out and thus need replacement. For all your hydraulic brake system needs, visit Everything Automotive of Jacksonville, Inc. or call us at 904-800-2714. We boast the most experienced hydraulic brake experts in the region.
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Maxie Sherrow, 11/17/2020
Handling car repairs is not my forte at all, but sadly, we all ourselves needing to eventually. As a woman, I feel that it is even more difficult--being told countless times how my gender made me a target for mechanics to hustle an extra buck by giving estimates that were much more costly than actually needed, or even worse--not actually doing the work at all and just claiming to. In addition to this concern, is the fact that I don't even know how to articulate what the problem with my car is--and I embarrass myself with my lack of verbage when trying to describe what problems lead me there. Everything automotive is a God send in regards to this. I took my car in today, imagining a bill that would be at least 1200 dollars. My steering wasn't working right. It was making noise. And I had to guess how to explain all this! But they treated me gently, listened to my points and asked easy questions to get an idea as to where to start looking for the problems. It was painless and flawless and that exorbitant bill I imagined? I think it was less than 14 dollars for parts and a pittance for labor--so I asked them to do an oil change too. On top of it all, everyone I spoke to seemed so welcoming. I am really thankful to find a place that wants to do fair, honest business.