You can schedule a brake job at Midas on the Midas website, Midas.com. Simply enter your ZIP code, choose the preferred date and time of service, and then enter the type of service needed and information about your vehicle.
A number of warning signs may indicate you need to contact Midas for new brakes. First, the amber-colored dashboard light connected to the brakes may be on, which indicates a problem with the anti-lock brake system. Another dashboard warning light associated with the brakes is red and indicates an imbalance in the system. If the brake pedal is slow to respond or feels spongy, the brakes need to be replaced, and if the brakes squeal or grind when braking, it is time to make an appointment.
Midas offers a lifetime guarantee on the brake pads and brake shoes installed by its technicians. When purchasing brake pads or shoes from Midas, you never have to pay for replacements again, as long as you remain the owner of the car. Midas also takes a look at the brake fluid. In most cases, experts recommend changing the brake fluid every couple of years, but depending on driving style and condition, this may not be necessary for all cars.