The CVSA has announced that this year’s Brake Safety Week will take place September 16-22.
Brake systems must be designed to meet the specific needs of their host vehicles.
This year’s CVSA focused on the need for more education for brake technicians, as well as for drivers and manufacturers.
The following examples show the various systems associated with brakes that may experience dangerous failures.
This tour of offbeat vehicles with braking issues shows that there is no limit to the number of problems that can occur, or the types of manufacturers that need to be careful.
The following three brake issues led to either huge recalls or high fines.
From cars to motorcycles and Germany to the U.S., brake recalls are a worldwide constant.
The march of progress is continual in the automatic emergency braking sector. Automakers’ progress is running ahead of earlier promises.
A variety of parts and brands were affected by recent recalls – from 50 vehicles to over 50,000, these brake problems run the gamut.
In a further update to the standardization of automatic braking, these features could potentially become part of the the 5-star crash safety rating.