How reliable is Midas?

The test-retest reliability of the overall MIDAS score was approximately 0.8 in the US and UK. The studies described here show that the MIDAS questionnaire is brief and easy to complete and exhibit high test-retest reliability29, 31 and good validity.

What brand of brakes are best?

Best Brake Pads
  • Brembo Brake Pads.
  • NRS Brakes Galvanized Brake Pads.
  • Wagner QuickStop Ceramic Brake Pads.
  • Bosch QuietCast Premium Ceramic Brake Pads.
  • Centric Posi Quiet Ceramic Brake Pads.
  • Power Stop Z23 Evolution Sport Brake Pads.
  • Bosch Blue Brake Pads.
  • KFE Ultra Quiet Advanced Premium Ceramic Brake Pads.

How much should brake job cost?

A complete brake repair — one that includes pads, rotor and caliper replacement — typically averages between $300 and $800. However, depending on the make and model of your vehicle, you can easily spend more than $1,000 on a complete brake job.

Does Midas have lifetime warranty on brakes mean?

In fact, we guarantee* all our work. And, we’re known for our lifetime-guaranteed brake pads, shoes, mufflers and shocks and struts*. Our limited lifetime guarantee is valid for as long as you own your car.

Are drilled rotors better than solid?

Some drivers feel that drilled rotors perform better in wet conditions than any other rotor design. Drilled rotors are lighter than traditional smooth rotors. Because of this, drilled rotors have lower rotational inertia. That means your vehicle can accelerate and stop faster with drilled rotors.

Are drilled rotors better?

Why Choose Drilled Rotors? Pros: If you live in an area that experiences a lot of rain, drilled rotors are a very good choice. They perform well in rainy climates by offering a good “wet bite,” hold up well over the life of the rotors, and deliver more friction and more bite than their slotted counterparts.

Does Midas offer road hazard protection?

Our Total Tire Protection Promise is set up to protect you, from paying full price, even if you happen to get a flat or if your tire becomes unserviceable (we cannot repair the tire).

Where is Midas headquarters?

Itasca is a village in DuPage County, Illinois, United States. Located approximately 25 miles northwest of downtown Chicago, Itasca is close to O’Hare International Airport, major expressways and rail transportation. Itasca is home to a country club, a resort and shares a border with Medinah’s legendary golf course.


How long is brake warranty?

Basic brake warranties vary from one place to another. Most new car dealers offer a 3 month, 3,000 mile warranty. Most independent garages offer a 6 month 6,000 mile brake warranty. You must ask what the restrictions may be.

Does Midas have a warranty on tires?

Valid at participating locations. We will repair your flat tire for free, even if you did not purchase your tire from us. We will assess your tire damage, and the performance of a puncture repair following industry standard procedures.

How long is road hazard warranty?

Manufacturer Road-Hazard Warranties

A typical coverage period lasts to the first 2/32-inch of treadwear, 12 months, and/or 12,000 miles—roughly one year for the typical driver.

How much is road hazard at Walmart?

Walmart offers a road hazard warranty for $10 per tire.

The warranty covers unforeseen road hazards, flat repairs and free replacement of non-repairable tires within the first 25% of tread wear.

Is Midas copyrighted?

You retain the copyright in any User Content and grant Midas a nonexclusive, royalty-free, perpetual, irrevocable, and fully sublicensable right to use, reproduce, modify, adapt, publish, translate, create derivative works from, distribute, and display, throughout the world in any media, any and all User Content.

How does lifetime warranty work on brakes?

When you purchase a new set of brake pads with a lifetime guarantee, the guarantee is on just that – the brake pads themselves. However, having a lifetime guarantee does not mean that you will never need new brake pads again.

How long are tires good for?

It may be tentative, but tires do have an expiration date. There is a general consensus that most tires should be inspected, if not replaced, at about six years and should be absolutely be swapped out after 10 years, regardless of how much tread they have left. How do you know how old your tires are?