What Is a Parking Brake Equalizer?

Answer Emergency (or parking) brakes work as a secondary system to the standard brakes used on a daily basis. They are controlled by a physical system and regulated by an equalizer.

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How to Adjust the Parking Brake Equalizer on Disc Brakes?

You can adjust the parking brake equalizer on your vehicle with disc brakes right from your home garage, saving yourself time and money. The equalizer takes up the slack in the parking brake cable.... Read More »

What Is the Purpose of a Parking Brake?

All modern cars have redundant braking systems, and total brake failures have become so rare that the parking brake is seldom used for anything but holding the car in place while parked. True to it... Read More »

What happens if I drive with the parking brake on?

The parking brake on your car is employed in conjunction with putting your car transmission in the "Park" position. It is usually activated by a lever or a pedal near the steering wheel or gearshi... Read More »

You own a motorcycle. The condo you own and live recently disallowed motorcycle parking in the parking lot. What are your parking rights. Do you have a say on this?

According to the New York Appellate Division of State Supreme Court decided the co-op and condo law that courts will not get involved in decisions unless there is bad faith, fraud or breach of duty... Read More »