|Car||Labour Cost||Parts Cost||Fiix Total Cost||Dealership Price|
|2004 Honda Element||$275.00||$79.10||$354.10||$453.84|
The parking brake or emergency brake is activated by either pulling the parking brake lever or pressing down on the emergency brake pedal. When activated it locks your brakes by pressing the parking brake shoe against the parking brake drum so that it's not able to move. Now when you want to deactivate this secondary braking system, you need to either pull and push down the parking brake lever or press down on the emergency brake pedal again. This is where the parking brake release cable comes in, as you won't be able to disengage the secondary braking system without an operational cable.
Maintaining the brakes is one of the most important safety features for any vehicle owner and is key to a vehicles upkeep for long term ownership. Unfortunately, brake maintenance is often overlooked by drivers. Maintaining the cars brake system can help to prevent costly repairs in the long run, and can keep the car in the best form to avoid a collision. Furthermore, if this damage is not addressed, it can progress to the point that the brakes are ineffective and might totally fail, putting the vehicle and its occupants in danger.
One of the best car experiences I've ever had. 10/10. Booked and quoted on the phone. George was a really nice guy. Knowledgable and practical. Only did the work that was needed with a head's up of when to expect future service. All for a competitive price while I continued with my normal day in my own home. Why didn't anyone think of this before?! I will definitely use them again and recommend to my friends.