Below you will find links without our website for different discounts and coupons for brakes. They are broken down by stores/retailers and service stations at the top. If you scroll down you can browse brake coupons by brake manufacturers.
If you come across any new deals that are not mentioned here, please feel free to send them my way via the contact me link at the top or by leaving a comment on one of the pages. I’ll find them and post all legit deals worth sharing.
Brake Discounts By Retailer/Mechanic Shop
*Dates next to the link are the date that the current brake discount ends
Brakes Plus (August 31, 2012)
Car-X (September 30, 2012)
Monro Muffler and Brakes
About Brake Discounts
Brakes are one of the most imporant safety features that come standard on every single car. Without brakes your car would need to drive into another vehicle or a wall to stop. You may wind up needing one of those options one day if your brakes fail, which is why it is important to get your brakes serviced when they need to be fixed instead of waiting for the day that they fail on you.
The average Brake pad costs can vary from as low as $15 to well over $100 per pad. Brake pads are usually sold per wheel, so you need to make sure that you buy them as a pair to match up with the opposite wheel. Having two different brake sets on your car can be extremely dangerous.
There are other parts of your brake system that can be more expensive to repair though. You can usually avoid needing these repairs if you change your pads at the first sign that you need them change. Having old worn out brake pads can tear apart your rotors and do serious damage to your brake system that can cost over $1,000 to fix.
How Long Do Bake Pads Last?
Your brake pads will last longer or shorter amounts of times based on many different factors. Safe and cautious drivers that buy top of the line quality brake pads can get well over 70,000 miles out of one set of pads.
On the other hand, people who drive more aggressively and brake much harder more often will need to change their pads more often. Stop and go drivers that beat on their brakes might need to change their pads every 5,000 miles or so.
The average lifespan of brakes is about 30,000 miles. Most car care professionals recommend changing out your pads every 30,000 miles or at least checking them at this point in your car’s life.
Finding Brake Repair Discounts
Well for one, look up and click one of the links. We link to many different brake discounts around the web so that you don’t have to worry about searching yourself. Most of the deals are for nationally known companies and manufacturers of brakes.
When checking out the brake coupons, you should always double check the expiration date of the coupon and also check to see whether or not the deal covers installation. What good is a coupon for $20 brake pads if installation costs $200?
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