Q: Hello Howard. This is my first time using this service and I was wanting to know if the quoted price include the brakes, pads and

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My bakes completly are out to the point where I have to press almost down to the floor of the car to stop. I do know that my rear rotors are damaged as well.
My car has an automatic transmission.

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