Typically, you only see the brakes fail in action movies or YouTube videos. It’s frightening to think that it could happen to you while you’re driving in heavy traffic on the interstate. Brake failure doesn’t happen often, but when it does, it’s an extremely scary and dangerous situation.
When you’re driving, things tend to happen very quickly, especially accidents and emergencies. It’s important to know how to address the emergency even though it might never happen to you.
Here’s a guideline for fail brakes:
Total brake failure is rare, and most vehicles come equipped with dual circuit brakes. Dual-circuit brake systems are a safety feature; if one fails, the other still operates.
The idea of losing your brakes while driving is scary. To prevent this type of emergency, Esurance suggests getting your car in for brake-system inspections as they can uncover all sorts of problems. Look to your owner’s manual for recommended brake maintenance information. Maintaining your car can go a long way toward avoiding the emergency of brake failure. Make sure to check
In our next blog post, we will guide you through another pedal emergency—when your accelerator sticks.
We understand the current outbreak is worrying, and we want to take a moment to share the ways we can all help keep the workplace safe, as well as the steps we are taking as an organization.
Great Plains Auto Body has heightened cleaning and all front lobbies are removed all non-essential items. We are wiping down handles, chair handles, doorknobs, etc. to maintain the sanitary of our lobbies.
We are following the guidelines from the CDC in terms of sterilization and cleanliness on our lobbies at all our locations. If you have any questions about the extra measures we are taking at this time, please feel free to give us a call and we can speak with you about your concerns and work to a solution to best facilitate the repair process for all parties.
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Wishing everybody safety and good health.