Bendix Understands the Importance of Up-to-Date Brake Training

Bendix Understands the Importance of Up-to-Date Brake Training

Maximizing your shop's profits can be as simple as up-to-date training for your technicians. Braking system technology has changed immensely and requires continuing education.

Maximizing your shop’s profits can be as simple as up-to-date training for your technicians. Since many technicians have years of experience, they believe that additional training is unnecessary. However, braking system technology has changed immensely and requires continuing education. Wheel disc brakes, hubless rotors, non-asbestos friction materials, anti-lock braking systems (ABS), traction control, stability control and soon, brake-by-wire systems are all newer innovations that require specialized training.

Honeywell Consumer Products Group offers comprehensive brake, automotive electrical and ABS evening training classes at your location. Boost your shop’s reputation and run your business more efficiently and profitably by keeping your staff up-to-date on the latest techniques, products and tips. Training technicians is an important step in keeping your shop on top.

For more information on training sessions, contact your local Bendix distributor, call (800) 231-3726 or email [email protected].

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