Your brakes are your vehicle's most important safety feature. They may be stopping your vehicle, but that doesn't mean they're working their best. In order to stop your vehicle safely, brakes are designed to slowly wear as you use them. That's why regular maintenance of your brake system is so important. Quick Lane® is ready to provide quality service while you wait. We offer high-quality brake products and brake fluid from Motorcraft.®
Lifetime Brake Pad Guarantee*
We are Ready To Serve,™ and we stop at nothing to make sure you can stop for anything. That's why we provide a Lifetime Brake Pad Guarantee. Our brake pads are specifically designed and engineered for Ford and Lincoln vehicles. For optimum stopping power, schedule a brake inspection at Quick Lane.®
*Eligible Motorcraft brake pads purchased after July 1, 2014. Nontransferable. Requires completion of any other necessary brake service, such as brake rotor service. Replacement Motorcraft brake pads must be installed by a Ford Dealership or Quick Lane technician to be eligible. Labor costs not included. Restrictions and exclusions apply. See Service Advisor for details. Motorcraft® is a registered trademark of Ford Motor Company.
Advantages of Motorcraft® Brake Pads and Shoes
- Friction formulas help reduce noise and vibration, maintain high braking performance and increase durability. Tested on vehicles, unlike many other brands
Advantages of Motorcraft® Brake Drums and Rotors
- Provide consistent strength for long-term durability
- Rotors designed with uniform surface finish
- Reduced noise and uniform thickness for less pedal pulsation
Genuine Ford and Motorcraft® Brakes
Watch this video to discover more about your vehicle's braking system and learn about the advantages of Genuine Ford and Motorcraft brake pads, linings and shoes.
How to spot worn brakes – when to replace or repair
The more you use them, the faster they wear out. Your brake pads or shoes are designed to keep the metal of your calipers from grinding against - and damaging – the metal of your rotors. This is not a built-in flaw, but simply a result of brakes working normally and safely. If you’re hearing a grinding or squeaking noise, it’s time for an inspection.
Look and listen. Then stop by Quick Lane® if you notice:
Motorcraft® is a registered trademark of Ford Motor Company.
- Squeaking or grinding
- A burning odor
- A hard-to-press or "squishy" pedal
- Shuddering or vibration in your steering wheel
- Rusting or flaking in your brakes or rotors
- Your brake system warning light goes on