Standstill usually has a negative connotation
... except when it comes to brakes. These are intended to cause the controlled vehicle to decelerate or come to a standstill.
The brake is probably the most important safety system in the vehicle.
Therefore, regular maintenance is the be-all and end-all here. Wear and tear on the brake system does not happen overnight, but rather happens continuously and more or less gradually. As wear progresses, braking distances become longer and longer - without you noticing it.
If one of the brake discs suffers a blow, your vehicle may pull to the left or right during hard braking maneuvers. Then it's high time for a visit to the workshop.
In addition to the brake discs, brake pads and brake calipers, an important component of the brake system is also the brake fluid. This is hygroscopic and therefore attracts moisture. In used vehicles, it should therefore be changed every two years, otherwise the moisture in it can begin to boil during heavy braking maneuvers and can lead to total failure of the brake system by causing air bubbles to form in the system. In new cars, the brake fluid should be changed for the first time after 3 years.
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Your safety is important to us and we want you to leave our workshop with a good feeling - so you can be sure that we not only work to the best of our knowledge and belief, but also only use high-quality replacement parts from well-known manufacturers.