How are your Brakes? Find out with free brake inspections at select Jiffy Lube Locations today! Find your local Chicagoland Jiffy Lube here:

Brakes & Services Locations

City of Chicago
2940 N. Cicero Ave. Chicago Jiffy Lube
1230 S. Western Ave – Chicago Jiffy Lube
Andersonville Chicago Jiffy Lube
Westlawn, Marquette Park Chicago Jiffy Lube
Austin/Fullerton Chicago Jiffy Lube
Edison Park Chicago Jiffy Lube
Ravenswood/Lincoln Square Jiffy Lube

West Chicagoland
Hanover Park (Irving Park Road Location) Jiffy Lube
Hanover Park (Army Trail Road Location) Jiffy Lube
Elmhurst Jiffy Lube (York St)
Yorkville Jiffy Lube
St. Charles Jiffy Lube
Oak Park (Madison Street Location) Jiffy Lube
Oak Park (Harlem Avenue Location) Jiffy Lube
Oak Park (North Avenue Location) Jiffy Lube
Aurora (Sullivan Road) Jiffy Lube
West Chicago Jiffy Lube
Roselle Jiffy Lube
Naperville Jiffy Lube on Ace Lane
Naperville Jiffy Lube on 75th Street

South Chicagoland
Orland Park Jiffy Lube
Oak Lawn Jiffy Lube
Matteson Jiffy Lube
Oak Forest Jiffy Lube
Homer Glen Jiffy Lube

North/Northwest Chicago
Evanston Jiffy Lube
Mount Prospect Jiffy Lube
Hoffman Estates Jiffy Lube (Higgins)
Elk Grove Village Jiffy Lube
Lincolnwood Jiffy Lube
Park Ridge Jiffy Lube
Algonquin Jiffy Lube

Northwest Indiana
Chesterton Jiffy Lube
9301 Broadway in Merrilville Indiana Jiffy Lube
Valparaiso Indiana Jiffy Lube

Why is it important?

The Brake system provides the ability to stop a vehicle efficiently and safely and therefore is a vital component of driving safely. A well maintained Brake system protects the vehicle, driver, passengers and others sharing the road. Periodic inspection of friction material, vital system components and hydraulics helps to ensure efficient system performance and cost effective repairs.

What do we do?

Jiffy Lube® technicians begin with a thorough inspection of a vehicle’s brake linings and key components. A written evaluation, with detailed diagnoses of findings, is provided and reviewed with the customer. Service recommendations are based on the vehicle manufacturer’s specifications and the existing condition of brake components that impact system performance.

How often?

Vehicle manufacturers recommend brake inspection at regular intervals, usually every 12,000 miles, to ensure vehicle safety and cost effective repairs. Repairs are recommended based on vehicle manufacturer specifications and existing conditions for brake linings and other key components.