Braking systems today are made up of many different components, the key components being a master cylinder, brake callipers, brake fluid, servo, drums, disks, pads and shoes. These work together to help you have control over your vehicle when it comes to stopping and manoeuvring. All of these components are linked by a series of brake hoses and brake pipes that contain brake fluid, this makes the brake pedal work so that when you press it the vehicle will slow down and eventually stop if pressed for long enough. The pressure that is put on the brake pedal dictates the rate that the vehicle will slow and if too much pressure is put on it will have a negative effect on the overall condition of the braking system. If you are having a problem with your braking system we can fix and maintain all brakes for any vehicle. If you suspect a problem but are not sure don’t hesitate to bring your vehicle in as the brakes are absolutely vital to your vehicle and a problem could be very dangerous.
An important part of preventative maintenance plan are regular brake checks. It is better to identify a problem before it begins to have an impact on your braking efficiency so we can restore the braking system of your vehicle to its intended operating performance.
Regular Servicing of your vehicle includes checking the boiling point of your brake fluid, vehicle manufacturers recommend that you change the brake fluid at least every two years, if not more often. Changing brake fluid at the recommended times prevents brake failure and maintains the boiling point at a are level.
We recommend, if your annual mileage is considered average or high (roughly 8,000 or more miles per year), you get your vehicles braking system braking system checked at least twice a year.
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