Antilock brake system (ABS)

Antilock brake system (ABS)

Modern antilock brake systems can be thought of as electronic/hydraulic pumping of the brakes for straight-line stopping under panic conditions. Good drivers have always pumped the brake pedal during panic stops to avoid wheel lock up and the loss of steering control....
Brake fluid test

Brake fluid test

Testing your brake fluid can be one of the most important checks you do on a car. Just as important as engine oil and even petrol for your car, your cars brake fluid should always be in good condition. Brake fluid, also known as hydraulic fluid, is responsible for...
BRAKE FLUID FLUSH

BRAKE FLUID FLUSH

Brake fluid is a type of hydraulic fluid used in hydraulic brake and clutch applications in automobiles, motorcycles, light trucks, and some bicycles. It is used to transfer force into pressure, and to amplify braking force. It works because liquids are not...
Wheel Bearings

Wheel Bearings

Every wheel on a car is attached to an individual hub and inside each hub is a lubricated wheel bearing which allows the wheels to move freely without heat build-up. Wheel bearings are engineered strong but over time they will lose lubricity, wear out and need to be...
CV Joints and Axels

CV Joints and Axels

CV axles also referred to as joints are a modern drivetrain component commonly found on front wheel or all-wheel drive vehicles. They serve the purpose of transferring uniform torque at constant speed from the vehicle’s transmission and differential to the wheels so...