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4100 S. Federal Blvd.
Sheridan, CO 80110




Customer Bill of Rights

Our objective is to develop and deliver quality in everything we do. This means that we must deliver on-time services that exceed customer expectations. To surpass these expectations we continue to implement quality systems and processes that constantly aim to improve how we address our customers changing needs.

We promise to sustain the highest quality of customer satisfaction through personal accountability, professional commitment, and employee empowerment at all levels of our organization. We strive to treat all customers we encounter with courteous and prompt service, integrity and respect.

To have my precious time respected by the company's customer service department in every situation and to have my issue resolved in a single phone call or visit, by one representative who speaks clearly, is easy to understand and has access to my customer records.

To be treated with courtesy and respect as a customer who paid money to the company with the expectation of customer service that cares about my individual needs.

To have adequately trained representatives who know enough to actually solve my problem and who will provide me with an invoice number I can use for a credit if I do not receive great service, as well as the ability to call back or e-mail the same representative should the need arise.

To receive quality customer service - including a pleasant, knowledgeable, and professional representative - OR be compensated for my time and effort.

To rapid access to a live person from a company with sufficient staff so I am not kept waiting on-hold for more than 10 minutes, or I will receive a negotiable credit on my next bill. I also have the right to receive a negotiable credit on my next bill from the company if I am not treated with courtesy and my time is not respected.


Brakes are one of the many important components of your vehicle. DR Auto & Truck Repair understands this and specializes in brake repair in Denver, Sheridan, Littleton, and Englewood brake repair! DR Auto & Truck will perform a complimentary inspection at any time. Simply bring your vehicle in to our shop, and one of our specialized technicians will inspect your vehicle thoroughly. If we do suspect the need for brake repair, we will gladly test your system, determine the cause, and provide you with Denver brake repair recommendations including an estimate before we begin with any repairs. Our service includes:

  • Brake Pads and Shoes (lifetime warranty on brake parts and labor, includes new disc pads/brake shoes, recondition rotors/drums, bearing pack, and internal inspection)
  • Bleed, Fill, and Adjust Brakes
  • Rotor and Drum Resurfacing
  • Brake Caliper Reconditioning and Replacement
  • Wheel Cylinder Replacement
  • Master Cylinder Replacement
  • Brake Line Repair and Replacement
  • Maintenance Tip

    To extend the life of your vehicle's brakes, stay alert and anticipate braking by slowing down before stopping is urgent.
  • New Brake Hoses
  • ABS Diagnosis and Repair
  • Power Boosters
  • Parking Brake Service and Repair


The typical, Sheridan, Englewood, Littleton or Denver vehicle's brake system consists of disc brakes in front and either disc or drum brakes in the rear connected by a system of tubes and hoses that link the brake at each wheel to the master cylinder. Other systems that are connected with the brake system include the parking brakes, power brake booster and the anti-lock system.

When you step on the brake pedal, a piston in the master cylinder forces hydraulic oil (brake fluid) through a series of tubes and hoses to the braking unit at each wheel. On a disc brake, the fluid from the master cylinder is forced into a caliper where it presses against a piston. The piston squeezes two brake pads against the disc (rotor), which is attached to the wheel, forcing it to slow down or stop. This process is similar to a bicycle brake where two rubber pads rub against the wheel rim creating friction. With drum brakes, fluid is forced into the wheel cylinder, which pushes the brake shoes out so that the friction linings are pressed against the drum, which is attached to the wheel, causing the wheel to stop. When the pedal is released, springs return the brakes to their normal position.


The most common problem facing your brake system is wear. Every time you apply your brakes during Denver rush hour, you're wearing them out ever-so-slightly. Other problems that will affect your brake system are old and dirty brake fluid, leaks and clogs in the fluid lines and hoses, and problems with the drums, rotors and hydraulic components. Recognizing a brake warning sign is imperative to avoid a complete brake failure. Here are some things to look (and listen) for:

  • Hear loud or frequent squeaks or grinding
  • Smell an acid, burning odor
  • Feel your brake pedal "squish" or become difficult to depress
  • Feel shuddering or a continuous vibration in the steering wheel when braking
  • See rust or metal flakes peeling off your brakes
  • See the brake system warning light turn on

For Brake Repair in Denver, Sheridan, Englewood, and Littleton, Call Us Today!


4100 S. Federal Blvd. Sheridan, CO 80110

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