Founded in 1858, Richardson & Wrench has been part of the fabric of Australian life for more than 150 years. Weâ€™ve helped many thousands of people realise their dreams and we intend to be doing so well into the future. Over the years Richardson & Wrench has established an untarnished reputation for honesty, integrity and professionalism. Itâ€™s a reputation we aim to keep. We believe that a good result and integrity are not mutually exclusive. Indeed our sales results show that honesty and profits do mix. The Richardson & Wrench network consists of 98 independently owned offices in metropolitan and regional locations throughout NSW and Queensland â€“ and growing. We are small enough to feel like family with local knowledge and experience but large enough to see the big picture. Have you been noticing pools of liquid around or under your Volkswagen. Then there is a good chance that your Volkswagen might have a leak somewhere. Unlike other routine maintenance items, thereâ€™s no universal interval for when to change the brakes on your car. Thatâ€™s because what you drive, how often you drive, and how you drive greatly affect the lifespan of your braking system, especially the brake pads. But there are a few warning signs that could indicate itâ€™s time for new brakes. Weâ€™ll cover how often you should replace your brakes.