AutoZone does not turn, resurface, or replaces rotors, brake drums, brake pads, or brake shoes. We confirmed this information with store associates from several AutoZone locations. One of the store associates we spoke with explained that brake services aren’t offered in-store due to safety concerns.
However, AutoZone does sell the parts required if you would like to complete these brake service jobs yourself. AutoZone sells replacement rotors, brake drums, brake pads, and other parts you can use to repair and maintain your brakes. Though AutoZone doesn’t install or resurface these parts, they are usually covered under the company’s warranty and may be eligible for a replacement if they fail (as previously reported).
On AutoZone’s website, you can find repair guides to help you with things like rotor removal, installation, and inspection. If you purchase parts and need to return them but have lost your receipt, AutoZone can likely look up your receipt in-store.
Places That Offer Brake Services
While AutoZone does not offer brake services, there are several national auto shop chains that do. Below, we list the places in the U.S. that will turn rotors and drums, replace rotors and drums, and replace brake pads:
- Firestone Complete Auto Care
- Goodyear Auto Service
- Jiffy Lube
- Meineke Car Care Center
- National Tire and Battery (NTB)
- O’Reilly Auto Parts
- Pep Boys
- Precision Tune Auto Care
For details about the services offered at each location, see our article about where to get rotors turned.
For more information on car maintenance, see our comparison of AutoZone, NAPA, Advance Auto Parts, and O’Reilly Auto Parts or our list of places that offer flywheel resurfacing. If you’re looking to get an auto repair credit card, we list the options, including those that accept bad credit.