Land Rover Brake Repair and Service in Vermont

Let our expert Technicians handle all of your Land Rover brake repair and service needs! We have over 10+ years of expert service under our belt to ensure that your Range Rover, Defender, Discovery, Freelander, and Evoque brakes and braking systems are performing safely.

Quality You Can Trust

Nobody understands your Range Rover, Land Rover, Defender or Freelander better than the team at Congleton Service, the Rover specialists of Vermont and New England.

>> Brake Pads, Rotors and Drums

Modern and vintage Land Rover brake system repair and replacement, including operational and safety inspections, OEM or equivalent warranty based parts and expert installation.

>> ABS Brake Systems

Modern and vintage Land Rover brake system repair and replacement, including operational and safety inspections, OEM or equivalent warranty based parts and expert installation.

>> Brake Hydraulic Systems

Modern and vintage Land Rover brake system repair and replacement, including operational and safety inspections, OEM or equivalent warranty based parts and expert installation.

Our Reviews

By far the most knowledgeable, honest, and fair

5.0 rating
February 25, 2019

My family has owned 2 defenders, 2 discos, a county, an 03 range…. we always have a Land Rover in the family. Needless to say I’ve been to a lot of service shops.
Taylor and the team are by far the most knowledgeable, honest, and fair service shop I have worked with to date. (And I have worked with a lot) I can’t stress enough the honesty and transparency they gave. They just completed a lot of work on my 1993 County LWB and I couldn’t be happier. I recently recommended them to my nephew for his 2011 rover and I would absolutely recommend them to anyone else looking to service a Land Rover.
Thank you to Taylor and the team, me and my family love the county ! Drives and looks amazing!

Albert Dayan

His guys fixed everything and were very thorough

5.0 rating
February 25, 2019

Taylor was fair and respectful and gave me great information about what I could expect for replacing the head gaskets on my 03 Disco. I already the old girl had suffered some neglect and was in the process of addressing some of it. Taylor and his guys fixed everything and were very thorough. She feels like she has about 100 more horsepower, shifts beautifully, and has lost most of its weird vibrations. It feels like a whole new thing. And the bill still came out for about 20% less than I was quoted from his local competitors. Nice.

Jake Cornelius

True craftsmen who take pride in their work

5.0 rating
February 25, 2019

So a few years back we sent our 2004 LR Discovery with our son up to Vermont and it was used as a Land Rover should be used. But when the time came for them to return to NewYork she was not up to the trip, needing a new transmission and large number of other repairs. Being 300 miles away and the car inoperable I could not see how I could organize that level of repair so I was planning on donating the car to charity. Then a friend of mine in the Burlington area told me about Taylor and the crew at Congleton Service. When I first spoke with Taylor he clearly understood the bond between an owner and his LR and told me that he would perform a complete assessment and give me an honest accounting of what it would to bring her back to life and back home to NY.
Three months later the car is back in top condition. During that time Taylor and the crew and I were on the phone every step of the way always offering me options and suggestions and in at least one case fabricating a part that the tech thought was way too expensive to buy from Land Rover. The invoices were meticulous and made me quite comfortable that I was never being overcharged.
Doing a restoration like this 300 miles away is always a scary prospect but if you have a Land Rover that you are thinking about restoring then Taylor and the Congleton crew is your best option.
In todays market, true craftsmen who take pride in their work and value their reputation are rare. Thankfully, it still exists at Congleton Service.

Paul Carter

The work is top notch and very detailed, Great shop

5.0 rating
November 15, 2018

Have had various Rovers around the world and experienced many levels of service on them. After reviewing Congleton Service decided to take the Range Rover Classic LWB to them for primarily replacement of the heater core. This is not for the faint of heart and as the entire dash is removed, if not done properly many issues can arise. After the shop took a look, they prepared an estimate on this and other work we discussed. The bill on the work was what was estimated and showed exactly what was performed which is great for record keeping. The work is top notch and very detailed such as replacing the small electrical connections on the coolant level sensor. Great shop and one I highly recommend to other Rover owners. Do yourself a favor and personally visit them. Great folks and the shop is awesome on what they can do.

Melissa Updegraff

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Frequently Asked About Land Rover Brakes
How Do I know if I need to get my brakes replaced?

Depending on the year of your Land Rover or Range Rover vehicle, there may be a brake indicator light on your dashboard. If this has illuminated, it’s time to make an appointment. Other symptoms are excessive wear, pulling when braking, or screeching brakes.

What does it mean if my brake pedal is pulsing?

According to common lore, a warped rotor is the usual cause for pedal pulsation or vibration in the car or steering wheel motorists experience during braking but, in the cases that are related to the brake system sometimes caused by worn suspension components, the cause for vibration and pedal pulsation is the variation in thickness of the rotor, and not an actual “warp” of the rotor.

How come my steering wheel pulls to one side when I brake?

There can be a couple reasons this is happening in your Land Rover or Range Rover. The usual cause of this symptom is build up on the braking surface or a defective caliper. It can also be caused by worn suspension or tire imbalance.

Have a question? Let us know!

Have any questions regarding restoration, refurbishment, or general service? Please feel free out, we would love to hear from you. Whether you want to discuss the potential certified Range Rover build, or have your newer Land Rover or Range Rover’s basic service done, we are here to help. Please either call us, fill out the contact form, or email us at info@congletonservice.com!