From brake pads and brake rotors to hydraulics, calipers and brake fluid, we’ve got the answers to your most important brake system questions. Check out our technical library below.
When replacing brake system components, it might seem like using compatible parts from any manufacturer – regardless of brand – should get the job done.
Recommending the best brake pads possible for your customers. Let’s break down the differences between each of the three brake pad material types.
You know that DOT 3 and DOT 4 brake fluid formulas have different boiling points, but what do those different temperatures actually mean?
The main difference between DOT 3 and DOT 4 brake fluid formulas is their ability to handle heat and water absorption within the braking system.
In the cold winter months, there are some additional things to look out for that can help keep your customers safer as they drive in inclement conditions.
Shaking, vibration and noise are some common reasons for a customer to visit the shop. This can be caused by improper installation of parts.
Brake pads and rotors should always be replaced in pairs. Pairing new pads with worn rotors could cause a lack of proper surface contact.
In the aftermarket, there are parts manufacturers who produce product which is better than OE quality? That’s where companies like ADVICS come in!