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Q: Brake lines leaking

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There is a leak in my brake line somewhere. I went from having brakes, and within 10 minutes I had no brake fluid.

A: Without having working brakes, this vehicle...

Without having working brakes, this vehicle is currently unsafe to drive. A leak in the brake line is the most common cause of a loss of braking ability. A qualified mechanic, such as one from YourMechanic, can come to your home or office to detect the brake fluid leak and make the necessary repairs to get your car back into a drivable condition.

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