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At European & foreign Motor Works we treat with the most modern cars that have disc brakes on the front and rear wheels, the OEM brake pads, and some have disc brakes on all four wheels, calipers and others components, like a master cylinder, power booster are the parts of the brake system that does the actual work of stopping the car, brake fluid flush is also important and is scheduled to be replaced every 2 years in the most of the cars.
The most common type of disc brake on modern cars is the single-piston floating caliper.To see how some disc brake
Drum brakes work on the same principle as disc brakes: Shoes press against a spinning surface. In this system, that surface is called a drum.
Many cars have drum brakes on the rear wheels and disc brakes on the front. Drum brakes have more parts than disc brakes and are harder to service, but they are less expensive to manufacture, and they easily incorporate an emergency brake mechanism.
Stopping a car in a hurry on a slippery road can be very challenging. Anti-lock braking systems (ABS) take a lot of the challenge out of this sometimes nerve-wracking event. In fact, on slippery surfaces, even professional drivers can't stop as quickly without ABS as an average driver can with ABS.
European & Foreign Motor Works dedicate this article for our customers we'll learn all about anti-lock braking systems -- why you need them, what's in them, how they work, some of the common types and some associated problems.