Mechanical brake sys

  • The mechanical brake, also known as the parking brake or emergency brake, is located near the driver’s seat. It is usually a lever or pedal that can be engaged to keep the vehicle stationary when parked.
  • The mechanical brake system is a crucial safety component responsible for slowing down or stopping the vehicle when needed. There are two main types of mechanical brake systems used in four-wheelers: drum brakes and discbrakes
  • Disc brakes generally offer better performance, are more efficient at dissipating heat, and provide better stopping power compared to drum brakes.
  • The mechanical braking system causes two surfaces to rub against one another, creating friction. In this braking system, a specific force is applied to the pedal, and it is transferred to the final drum