Brake wear varies from one driver to the next and depends on a number of factors. There is therefore no precise maintenance schedule to be followed. We recommend you have your brakes inspected at least twice a year. Don't wait for your car to break down before consulting with your Point S dealer!

Maintenance of the brake calipers along with a brake oil change will prevent potential damage to other brake components, thus avoiding you costly repairs. Brakes wear over time and this reduces braking efficiency. Prolong the service life of this complex system by ensuring regular maintenance is conducted.

How to know if my brakes require maintenance?

  • The brake pedal can be pushed down further than usual;
  • The brake light illuminates;
  • The brakes lack precision and efficiency;
  • The brakes grind;
  • The vehicle vibrates when you apply the brakes.

Point S recommendation

  • As soon as you notice any of the aforementioned symptoms, consult your closest Point S retailer to help rectify the issue and ensure your safety and that of others.


For more information, contact Robert Bernard Boucherville at 450 449-1112

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Traction - dry road

Dry-road traction is a tire's ability to brake effectively and respond well to the steering wheel on dry roads.

Traction - wet road

Wet traction is a tire's resistance to hydroplaning and its ability to provide safe driving in wet conditions.

Traction - snowy road

Snow-covered road traction is a tire's ability to operate on partially or completely snow-covered pavement.

Traction - icy road

Ice traction is a tire's ability to operate on partially or completely ice-covered pavement.


Durability refers to how many kilometres a tire can go before it stops performing.


Comfort refers to the ride quality of a tire and the noise it emits on the road.