Car workshops that offer the service Brake pads replacement rear

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            Brake pads constitute one of the basic elements of the braking system. They belong to those few elements whose wear you're able to determine on our your simply by removing the wheels. Brake pads should definitely be replaced with new ones when they are less than 3 mm thick. The lining covering the pads contains a characteristic groove visible after removing the wheels. If the groove is barely visible or not visible at all, it means that the pads require changing. They require changing also when the lining shows uneven wear, which may affect braking. Worn brake pads cause quicker wear of brake discs. Find out more about the service

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            MAK parts and service

            Branilaca grada , 75320 Gračanica

            +387 35 *** *** ***
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            AE SYSTEM d.o.o

            Trebinjskih brigada 15, 89101 Trebinje

            +387 65 *** *** ***
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            PAVIC d.o.o.

            Ljepunice BB, 75212 Tuzla

            +387 62 *** *** ***

            „Pavić-Komerc“, čija je poslovna zgrada zaklonjena povelikim skladištem firme „Sinbra“, unaprijed ne govori mnogo. Međutim, kada se tome nazivu doda i odrednica „Autokuća Pavić“, onda situacija postaje jasnija. Još ako se tome pridoda ime čuvene Francuske auto-industrije CITROËN, onda poznavateljima ove oblasti postaje jasno kako se iza svega „krije“ jedna ozbiljna i respektabilna autokuća.


            Riječ je o porodici Pavić, danas u ovom kraju poznatoj po prodaji i servisiranju „Citroën-ovih vozila“.

            Firma je mijenjala svoj naziv shodno zakonskim odredbama S.Z.R., Privatno preduzeće, D.J.L., i na kraju D.O.O. sa nazivom Pavić-Komerc. Od 1998.godine Pavić-Komerc je ovlašteni prodavač i serviser iz proizvodnog programa CITROËN. Uz veliki napor i trud firma se iz godine u godinu gradila i proširivala shodno zakonskim odredbama proizvođača.
            Sve je krenulo u starom objektu koji je sagradjen davne 1981.godine pa se proširivao dio po dio i to kao prvo sagradjen je salon automobila, skladište rezervnih dijelova i prostor za komercijalne poslove. Dugo godina se koristio stari servis koji nije bio u sklopu salona dok se tržište nije proširilo, iz godine u godinu uz kvalitetan rad taj servis više nije mogao zadovoljiti potrebe vjernih stranaka, te se firma odlučila na novi izazov, izgradnju potpuno novog servisnog objekta koji je sada u sklopu salona i skladišta r.d. tako da je trenutno sve povezano što je veoma lakše za komunikaciju između djelatnika.

            Pavić-Komerc trenutno broji 22 zaposlena radnika za koje se redovno izmiruju Zakonom predviđene obaveze stim da se svake godine učenici – praktikanti primaju na razne obuke  od kojih pojedini i ostanu stalno zaposleni po završetku školovanja. U Bosni i Hercegovini ova firma slovi za najopremljeniji, najorganizovaniji i najiskusniji servis sa dugogodišnjom tradicijom Citroën-ovih vozila, što sami spoznaju poslovni partneri i korisnici naših usluga.

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            Z-auto

            Blaža Josića 88, 75000 Tuzla

            +387 61 *** *** ***

            Auto servis NUNI

            Đačka 35, 77000 Bihać

            +387 61 *** *** ***

            1989 godine osnovana je firma Auto Servis Nuni d.o.o., sjedište firme je u Bihacu ulica djacka 35, a vlasnik Adnan Lipovaca.

            Firma je registrirana za servisiranje i održavanje motornih vozila, ugradnju i atestiranje vozila prerađenih na pogon LPG i CNG uređajima, kao i za uvoz-izvoz i zastupanje stranih tvrtki u BiH.

            1998 godine počinju pripremni radovi na izgradnji nove servisne radionice i skladišnog prostora. 

            2001 godine završena je izgradnja servisne radionice i skladišnog prostora sa širokim asortimanom rezervnih dijelova za redovno održavanje vozila (filteri, ulja, svjećice, dijelovi mehanike, dijelovi kočnica i dr.). 

            2004 godine Auto Servis Nuni postaje ovlašteni  servis te radiona oprema svom potrebnom dijagnostičkom opremom. 

            U razdoblju od 2005. do 2008. godine primarna djelatnost je ugradnja plinskih sistema u automobile. Kao ovlašteni serviser za AC STAG,… firma sudjeluje u povećanju broja vozila pogonjenih plinom stotinama novo ugrađenih vozila svake godine. 

            U razdoblju od 2009. do 2011. godine globalna kriza u velikoj mjeri počinje utjecat na Bosansko Hercegovacko gospodarstvo, a samim time i na djelatnosti vezane za auto industriju. Brojni uvoznici i servisi nestaju sa tržišta te dolazi do nestašice rezervnih dijelova za brojne uređaje ugrađene u prethodnom razdoblju. Auto Servis Nuni u ovom kriznom razdoblju za tržište LPG opreme u Bosni i Hercegovini prepoznaje priliku za širenje svoje djelatnosti ta započinju kontakti sa inozemnim distributerima i proizvođačima plinske opreme. 

            U razdoblju od 2013. do početka 2014. godine Auto Servis Nuni uspješno dovršava pregovore sa inozemnim partnerima te postaje ovlašteniuvoznik i distributer  moderne plinske sisteme EUROPE GAS.

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            Brake pads replacement rear

            Tips

            • Never spare your money on brake pads - the better ones may be more expensive, but they are safer, too.
            • After having your brake pads changed, avoid sudden braking for the first several hundred kilometres. Let them settle in the callipers.
            • By buying branded brake pads, you can double the useful life of the discs.
            • When buying brake pads make sure they are equipped with a wear sensor, now a standard in new, more expensive cars.
            • Inspect the brake pads on your own from time to time - you can do this e.g. when having your tyres changed

            Scope of services

            • Removing the wheels
            • Removing the brake pads
            • Fitting new brake pads
            • Venting the braking system
            • Refitting the wheels
            • Checking the level of the braking fluid

            Service Description

            Keeping your brakes in good working order increases your car's safety. Better quality parts exchanged regularly in professional garages ensure shorter stopping distance.

            Brake pads, the basic component of the braking system, require special attention of the driver. Their general conditions, not only their wear, but also the durability of the material they are made of, have a direct influence on your comfort of driving and peace of mind. Driving a car equipped with old or defective brake pads is irritating, noisy, but, most importantly, dangerous.

            How brake pads work

            Their role boils down to squeezing against the brake discs hard enough to reduce the speed of the car. But the braking system is not comprised of brake pads only. In fact, its efficiency depends on a much larger number of factors. The car's speed is reduced by pressing the pads against the brake discs. This is possible thanks to pistons controlled by the pressure of the brake liquid. Checking the level of the brake liquid and exchanging it at least every two years is as important as checking and exchanging brakes pads. The brake liquid inside pistons is protected against leakage by means of seals, which also protect the braking system against outside contaminants. The braking system should be perceive as a whole, rather than a number of independent components. Even high-quality brake pads will not do if the brake discs are worn. Exchanging these two elements will not suffice if the rubber protective insulation is damaged. In other words, if the brake liquid leaks out, the pistons will seize, resulting in a significant deterioration of the operation of the callipers.

            Good quality brake pads should have qualities that ensure short braking distance. The most important one is a stable friction coefficient, which should remain the same irrespective of cold or hot weather. The speed also matters - good quality pads must be effective and reliable at both high and low temperature. Another aspect of great importance is reconditioning. High quality brake pads are created in such a way, as to allow them to regain their original properties and temperature after braking Manufacturers also make sure that callipers operate silently and do not cause excessive vibration. Brake pads should be chosen carefully, keeping in mind the conditions in which they are going to operated. When driving in the city, the brakes are used very often, heating up to over 200 centigrade. Brake callipers must be efficient and ensure the car's safety even in the most extreme conditions.

            Changing brake pads

            Brake pads should definitely be replaced with new ones when they are less than 3 mm thick. You can check their thickness yourself e.g. when exchanging the tyres. The material covering the pads contains a characteristic grove visible after removing the wheels. If the grove is barely visible or not visible at all, it means that the pads require changing. They require changing also when the material covering them shows uneven wear, which may affect the braking distance.

            Changing the brake pads Pads should always be changed on both wheels of the same axis. After removing the wheels, the pads are removed from the calliper in order to check the condition of the guides, seals and dust cover. New pads are slightly bigger than the old ones, as the material covering them has not yet been used. Hence the piston must be pushed into the calliper, as a result of which, the level of the brake fluid increases. Therefore, it should be reduced accordingly if need be, and checked in terms of its boiling point. If your car is equipped with brake pads wear sensors, they should also be changed. If you have your brakes pads changed at a professional garage, you will probably also have the calliper guides lubricated and the brake discs inspected - if their groves are too deep, they should be changed.

            Garages operating with the Motintegrator Partner chain offer a comprehensive brake pads change service. The chain associates over five thousand garages nationwide. Their clients are provided with free consulting and a broad range of services. Use the Motointegrator.pl search engine to find the nearest garage.

            The cost of changing brake pads on one axis starts from PLN 50 - depending on the car type and the time needed to change the pads.

            Durability of brake pads

            The frequency of changing brake pads depends on many factors. It's not just the matter of the durability of the materials of which they are made, but also the weight of the car and its use. Passenger cars are not exposed to as big loads as trucks. The wear and tear of the braking systems differs in cars driven mainly over long distances and those driven on crowded streets. The wear and tear of brake pads depends also on their type. Soft brake pads provide greater braking power and shorter braking distance, but they wear faster. Hard pads are less efficient, but more durable. A car driven mostly in the city requires changing its brake pads every 20-25 thousand kilometres. A car driven mostly outside the city requires changing its brake pads about every 40 thousand kilometres.

            Original brake pads vs cheaper aftermarket parts

            Brake pads are chosen to fit a specific car type and its braking system. They are sold in sets for the front or back axis. Replacement of brake pads often causes a dilemma which ones to choose more expensive parts by renowned and proven brands or cheaper aftermarket parts. Although the market offers a wide range of parts to choose from, you should not seek to save money when it comes to brake pads. The most popular are covered with a cloth made from a mix of minerals. Ceramic pads are rarer and used mostly in top-class and sports cars.

            Parts from lesser known brands offer poorer quality. When making a choice, you should pay attention to the brand, as the contrast between the price of better products and the less popular ones is usually not very big and results from technical differences. More expensive brake pads undergo more tests and are made of a material more resistant to high temperatures. Buying such pads is an investment in your safety.

            FAQ

            What is the average cost of providing Brake pads replacement rear in car workshops?

            The cost of Brake pads replacement rear ranges from 10 BAM to 55 BAM. The average cost of Brake pads replacement rear is 21 BAM. Remember that the final price of the service is influenced by many factors, including car brand and model, the level of complexity of activities and the location of components that require replacement or repair. Therefore, a set of spare parts should be added to the total price of the service Brake pads replacement rear. You will know the cost of purchasing a part when arranging the service Brake pads replacement rear in the selected workshop.

            What is the scope of the service Brake pads replacement rear?

            The Brake pads replacement rear service consists of the following activities:
            • Removing the wheels
            • Removing the brake pads
            • Fitting new brake pads
            • Venting the braking system
            • Refitting the wheels
            • Checking the level of the braking fluid

            What should I know, and what are the recommendations for Brake pads replacement rear?

            While doing Brake pads replacement rear service, keep the following in mind:
            • Never spare your money on brake pads - the better ones may be more expensive, but they are safer, too.
            • After having your brake pads changed, avoid sudden braking for the first several hundred kilometres. Let them settle in the callipers.
            • By buying branded brake pads, you can double the useful life of the discs.
            • When buying brake pads make sure they are equipped with a wear sensor, now a standard in new, more expensive cars.
            • Inspect the brake pads on your own from time to time - you can do this e.g. when having your tyres changed

            What car workshop networks offer Brake pads replacement rear?

            Car workshop networks that offer Brake pads replacement rear are: Bosch Service

            Are there car workshops that offer the possibility of online booking for the service Brake pads replacement rear?

            You can choose one of the 216 car workshops offering the service of Brake pads replacement rear, for which you will arrange the service via the online form. After submitting the form, the selected car workshop will contact you and set the details and date.

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