BRAKELIGHT: June 1935

BRAKELIGHT: June 1935

Reading The Brake Pads For Safety And Profit

Worn brake pads can tell you a lot about the entire system and prevent the new pads from suffering the same fate.

Before you throw out the old brake pads or order a new set, take a good look at them. Worn brake pads can tell you a lot about the entire brake system and prevent the new pads from suffering the same fate. It can also help you to recommend a brake repair that returns the vehicle to like-new condition.

ASE Launches EV Safety Testing and Certification Program

New xEV Electrical Safety Awareness Certification is designed for anyone who may encounter xEV in the workplace.

PRT Releases 28 New Complete Struts in North America 

The new items represent nearly 6 Million vehicles in new coverage and come to expand the PRT portfolio in North America.

Following AC System Service, How Much Oil Is Needed?

Learn how to determine the correct amount of oil to add when replacing the compressor in an AC system.

GreenPower to Showcase its EV School Bus Safety at STN Reno

School Transportation News (STN) Expo Reno brings industry participants together.

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Charging More May Bring Customers Back

Here’s why charging more for brake jobs keeps customers coming back.

Please Take Our Brakes/Rotating Electrical Survey

By entering, you’ll have a chance to win a $100 gift card or one of 10 $25 gift cards!

Non-Directional Rotor Finishes

Today, non-directional finishes on new brake rotors still serve the same purpose, but they also help in the bedding of some friction formulations.

Brake Problems

Reducing brake drag on late-model vehicles is not accomplished by a single component; it takes a system.