Many experts have long recommended changing the brake fluid every two years for preventive maintenance. Their rationale is based on the fact that glycol-based brake fluid starts to absorb moisture from the moment it is put in the system. The fluid attracts moisture
through microscopic pores in rubber hoses, past seals, and exposure to the air. The problem is obviously worse in wet climates.
As the concentration of moisture increases, it causes a sharp drop in
the fluid's boiling temperature
. Brand new Dot 3 brake fluid has a dry boiling point of at least 401 degrees F. Brake fluid with only 1% water in the fluid can push the boiling point down to around 320 degrees, and 3% will take it all the way down to 293 degrees, which is dangerously close to failure under normal stopping conditions.
the fluid every two years
will ensure full stopping power allowing safe and confident driving. For such a low cost service, it ensures safe stopping for you and your family!!!