To All Our Valued Customers,
The Covid-19 challenges we now face are unprecedented and we all need to play our part in minimizing the risk and impact.
At Lee Myles AutoCare & Transmissions the health and safety of our Customers and Staff are our highest priority and stringent cleanliness protocols will be followed. These include frequent cleaning, sanitizing and the wearing of gloves. Hand sanitizers for customers and staff are also freely available.
Besides being here to help with keeping your car safe we also want to help you and our community in any way we can so please do not hesitate to reach out to us.

During these stressful times your safety and peace of mind are our priority.

Hicksville Auto Repair

Mon - Fri: 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Sat: 8:00 AM - 12:00 PM

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Lee Myles Hicksville Brake Services and Repair

Lee Myles AutoCare & Transmissions in Hicksville is your one stop shop for brake services and repairs. We understand the importance of maintaining your vehicle's brakes and efficiently repairing any brake issues to ensure yours and your family's safety.

Your vehicles brakes are very sensitive, and broken or worn out brakes are considered potentially dangerous and need to be repaired at the first sign of wear and tear. Your vehicle’s brake system must be running as smoothly as possible at all times, from brake pedal all the way to brake pads. A usual sign that your vehicle may need a brake service is if you notice that your brake pedal presses very softly with little resistance when braking or hearing a squealing or grating noise when pressing down on the brake pedal.

You may also notice that it requires more effort than usual for your vehicle’s brakes to catch, or in other words, your vehicle's brakes respond very slowly. The pedal may also approach the floor when pressed, which is a telling sign that your car may be low on brake fluid or that you may have a leak in your brake system.

Another telling sign of a brake issue is if you notice that your brakes start to grind or squeal when you press down on the brakes. This typically indicates that you may need new brake pads or rotors. Worn pads can also cause your vehicle to veer to one side or another as you brake, so look out for this as well. 

If your dashboard brake warning light comes on without any obvious braking issues, take your vehicle in to us here at Lee Myles to get it checked. There may be a problem within the braking system that hasn't physically manifested yet and this is actually the best time to catch a potential issue. A simple brake repair now is better than an expensive vehicle replacement later!

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