As a rule, your technician will inspect all of your brakes and even conduct a courtesy check of your fluids and tires. If you need repairs or new brakes installed, we will give you an estimate and set up your follow-up installation appointment.
After inspection, you will receive a $50 discount off the purchase of a new brake installation.
After inspection, your technician will help you book the next available installation appointment—possibly as soon as that same day.
Because of rotor differences, costs will vary. Your technician will give you an estimate after your brake inspection.
Your mobile mechanic will inspect all of your brakes before scheduling a follow-up service appointment.
We will replace your brake pads and rotors or your shoes and drums. We even dispose of your old parts for you.
If your brake fluid is running low, your mobile mechanic can easily take care of that for you.
As a free service, your mobile mechanic will check the fluids throughout your vehicle and check your tires air pressure and tread.
Your mobile brake service is fully-covered for 12 months or 12,000 miles, or if a brake fluid exchange is purchased, for 24 months or 24,000 miles.
Once you share your vehicle information we’ll come out and assess your brakes.
During a follow-up appointment, your mobile mechanic will replace your defective brakes as needed.
Service is contactless and mess-free, with no mess left in your driveway. We won’t charge you until after your service is complete.
With Firestone Direct, you get the same level of expertise that separates Firestone Complete Auto Care from the pack.
Fully-equipped mobile service vans help our mobile mechanics complete your service or repairs right outside your home or office.
Because our service is backed by Firestone you can trust our word when it comes to quality of service and transparent pricing.
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There are a few pieces of info we need ahead of your service.
We might be able to figure it out from your license plate.
Somewhere safe you can grant the technician access to.