ADVICS: Understanding Critical Role Of Brake Fluid

ADVICS: Understanding The Critical Role Of Brake Fluid

A vehicle’s braking system places tremendous demands on the brake fluid.

Most drivers don’t think about the chain of events that takes place in their vehicle when they press down on the brake pedal to slow down or make a complete stop. 

We’re probably all guilty of taking the braking process for granted – that is, until it doesn’t work the way it should.  And even then, most drivers probably assume that their brake pads or shoes are the obvious culprit.

The reality is that brake fluid is just as important to the proper functioning of a vehicle’s braking system. And it also happens to be one of the most neglected components in the braking system.

This video is sponsored by ADVICS.

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