Experienced care for your Audi brakes

Audi Repair Service Laguna Hills

Audi Brake Service

Your Audi was designed with one of the most advanced automotive braking systems in the world. At Quality Motors, we know what it takes to keep your Audi brake system performing like new. We offer original equipment brake components (rotors, pads, brake wear sensor) that will maintain your factory or extended warranty. Dustless lifetime guarantee brake pads are available on some models. Request an appointment online today or give us a call. One of our professional client advisers is ready to help.

Brakes frequently asked questions:

Q: How often should I need to replace my rotors?

A: The life of a brake rotors depends on many factors, the area you are driving in ie: hills, all freeway stop and go etc… But in general, most vehicles will need new rotors every other time the brake pads are replaced.

Q: My brakes are squealing, does that mean I need new brakes?

A: No, it does not mean you need new brakes, the squeal is generated from the dust on me pad causing a vibration. You may still need brakes, but not just because they are squealing.

Q; What is that black stuff on my wheels?

A: The black stuff is dust from the brake pads, Ask us about our premium dustless brake pads!

An industry trend in auto maintenance offers consumers an increase in the number of repair chains dedicated to specific services such as oil changes, mufflers, tires, brakes, etc. These chains claim to offer super-quick service and super-cheap prices, but are you really getting a bargain? Not necessarily.

Let’s look at oil changes and point out some differences between a Full-Service Shop like Quality Motors, and a “10 minute” shop or a mobile mechanic service:

  • With a Full-Service Repair Shop, you get a dedicated, industry-certified, professional mechanic working on your car. Someone who’s experienced and considers his job a career. By contrast, you could end up with a disinterested, inexperienced, between-jobs person with very little long-term commitment.
  • With a Full-Service Shop, you get a facility that can handle every safety and repair issue that might come up. Or, you could use a shop that just cherry picks all the “easy” stuff and overlooks, or ignores everything else.
  • With a Full-Service Shop, you build a relationship with a single source for ALL your vehicle’s maintenance, repair, and service. No passing the buck there! During the course of a “simple” oil change service, our mechanics are also examining your entire car from top to bottom.We inspect hoses, belts, CV boots, tire condition, radiator, fans, fluids, undercarriage, etc. When you stop in for a “10 minute” service, you only get 10 minutes of service!

Vehicles today are very complex and expensive! Having all of your service and repair work done at a single location allows us to know and track your cars history. It takes the guesswork out of what was done, and what might have been missed or overlooked. The bottom line is this: thorough maintenance is money (and time) well spent.