Brakes Feel Spongy? | Brakes

If your brakes are soft, it's time to come by Twin Tire and Auto Care.

You started noticing something funny with your brakes when you were headed to the Pelicans game the other night. Instead of responding the way they normally do, your brake pedal felt soft and spongy. That's a sign, according to auto.howstuffworks.com, that you have brake fluid issues. Maybe it's dirty or has gotten water in it. Or maybe you have a leak.

It's definitely time to drop by one of Twin Tire and Auto Care's three convenient locations (Marrero, Hammond and Harvey) to have our certified auto mechanics take a look at your brake system. Maybe you need a leak repaired or maybe you simply need Twin Tire's Valvoline brake fluid service that removes contaminated fluid and replaces it with a premium dry formula to protect your brakes against moisture.

Twin Tire has been the trusted auto care and auto repair shop in New Orleans since 1973. In addition to our three locations for cars and light trucks, we also have a location in Harahan for heavy commercial vehicles.

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