Brake Engineering, one of the aftermarket’s leading braking specialists, has applauded the government’s decision to maintain the current MOT frequency, with a vehicle’s first test taking place at three years and then one year thereafter.
Brake Engineering presented a selection of high-end giveaways to a series of ‘Code Brakers’ on its stand at Automechanika Birmingham, including an iPad, iWatch, BOSE speaker, Beats headphones and Love 2 Shop vouchers. The ‘Code Braker’ competition proved popular with visitors throughout the course of the event, resulting in heavy traffic to the braking specialist’s stand on each day.
Brake Engineering has released a number of new technical bulletins offering specialist advice on a wide range of the brand’s calipers and wheel cylinders, including information on product identification and the intricate differences of each part number.
Brake Engineering has launched a range of original colour painted calipers for the independent aftermarket. The new brake calipers have been specially designed to match the caliper colour originally fitted on a vehicle making the process more efficient for technicians and offering additional reassurance that the part will fit first time, every time.
Gary Ponsford, East Kent Components managing director, states that suppliers must work closely with motor factor staff to ensure they can put across a brand’s messages, but also fuel development and skills in motor factoring.