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Why are my brakes binding and not lasting on my car?

Brake pads need to move up against the disc in order to generate a braking force. Once the applied pressure is released the brake pads must move away from the disc in order to remove the braking force. If however the brake pads cannot move away binding will occur. One reason for the brake pads not moving away are because the brake pads are oversize and cannot move freely in the brake calliper.

Can hydraulic brake fluid damage the pads?

Yes most definitely. It is vital that the hydraulic system is in good working order. All calliper seals and hoses should be checked for leakages when the pads are fitted. An easy way to check is to look for a sticky area with caked dirt, this will indicate where the leak is coming from in your system. Brake hoses and seals should last 6-8 years under normal conditions.

Welcome to Safeline Brakes & Indy Oil in Zimbabwe!

Each day, there are approximately a million vehicles plying their trade or simply taking people from  A to B on Zimbabwe's roads, of which 95 % comprises passenger vehicles and light commercial vehicles. All these vehicles move at significant speeds, but they have one common requirement,and that is to bring themselves to a halt many times a day. That is our job at Safeline Brakes - Zimbabwe to supply and fit world class brake pads that were researched and developed to world class standards.

With over 13 years of experience no - one can out-brake us. Our team of dedicated, machinists and brake technicians and the entire staff have one goal - to make sure that every motorist  will get the best possible brake performance from their vehicle braking system.

Indy Oil - Zimbabwe "World Class Lubricants" is an independent marketer of a wide range of automotive and industrial lubricants. Our business is built on the three pillars of excellence: quality, service and value for money. Our technological ability, experience and traction make us a serious competitor in the Zimbabwean lubricants market.