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When it comes to the safety of your vehicle, your vehicle’s braking system plays a very crucial role. They are the most overlooked part of your car. As once your vehicle is in motion, there is nothing more important than having the ability to stop your vehicle quickly and efficiently.
Just like your ankle bone is connected to your foot bone, your brake system also relies on each connected brake part to function successfully.
The brakes in your vehicle are not specifically what is stopping the car. Instead, they control the wheels from turning, which in turn slows down your vehicle and thus brings it to a stop.
When you press your brake pedal, your car transfers the force from your foot to its brakes through brake fluid. The brakes thus transmit force to the tires using friction, and finally, the tires send that force to the road using friction.
There are several components of your vehicle braking system. These include – master cylinder, brake calipers, brake fluid and cylinders, servo, disks, drums, pads, and shoes. All the components are interlinked by a series of brake hoses and brake pipes.
A shaking car indicates that there may be a severe problem with your brakes. While you should take any engine fault or other parts problem seriously, it’s foremost that you also take extra care to make sure the brakes are working correctly. Some common causes for shaking of your car are –
As brake pads are an essential part of your car’s braking system, keeping them in good condition is necessary for your safety. Some symptoms that let you know that it’s time to change your brake pads include:
In summary, if your vehicle is making any of the symptom warnings listed above it is recommended you book an appointment with your local TIRECRAFT shop. Our team of certified professionals can carefully inspect the car brake system to determine what is causing your vehicle to shake while you’re out on the road. Trust TIRECRAFT to get you back on the road with a smooth, stable, and comfortable ride.