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THE FLUID YOUR PEUGEOT BRAKES DEPEND ON

Brake fluid is a vital part of your car’s braking system. Stay safe by checking it regularly.

Brake fluid is a vital part of your car’s braking system. If it isn’t regularly changed, it can affect the braking system and the safety of your car.

Over time Brake fluid deteriorates and needs replacing at least every two years to keep your car brakes working efficiently.

Peugeot will put new brake fluid in during your Scheduled Service if required.

It’s easy to check the brake fluid level for yourself – top the reservoir up to “MAX” if necessary.

If you need to keep topping the fluid up, it could mean there’s a leak or that the pads or shoes are worn .

We will be happy to check the brake fluid for you if you ever think something may be wrong.

MORE IMPORTANT THAN YOU KNEW

Did you know your brake fluid:

  • Gradually absorbs water, making your brakes feel “soft”?

  • Could lead to costly repairs if it gets too low?

  • Needs replacing every two years?

NEED HELP?

If you are not sure then call us and we will check the current level and check if it requires changing.

Checks are carried out free of charge.

Fussell Wadman Limited is an Appointed Representative of Automotive Compliance Ltd, who is authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA No 497010). Automotive Compliance Ltd’s permissions as a Principal Firm allows Fussell Wadman Limited to act as a credit broker, not as a lender, for the introduction to a limited number of lenders and to act as an agent on behalf of the insurer for insurance distribution activities only. This information can be checked on the Financial Services Register by visiting the FCA's website https://register.fca.org.uk/ or by contacting the FCA on 0800 111 6768.

 

We can introduce you to a selected panel of lenders, which includes manufacturer lenders linked directly to the franchises that we represent. An introduction to a lender does not amount to independent financial advice and we act as their agent for this introduction. Our approach is to introduce you first to the manufacturer lender linked directly to the particular franchise you are purchasing your vehicle from, who are usually able to offer the best available package for you, taking into account both interest rates and other contributions. If they are unable to make you an offer of finance, we then seek to introduce you to whichever of the other lenders on our panel is able to make the next best offer of finance for you. Our aim is to secure the best deal you are eligible for from our panel of lenders. Lenders may pay a fixed commission to us for introducing you to them, calculated by reference to the vehicle model or amount you borrow. Different lenders may pay different commissions for such introductions, and manufacturer lenders linked directly to the franchises that we represent may also provide preferential rates to us for the funding of our vehicle stock and also provide financial support for our training and marketing. But any such amounts they and other lenders pay us will not affect the amounts you pay under your finance agreement, all of which are set by the lender concerned. If you ask us what the amount of commission is, we will tell you in good time before the Finance agreement is executed. All finance applications are subject to status, terms and conditions apply, UK residents only, 18’s or over. Guarantees may be required.

 

If you would like to know how we handle complaints, please ask for a copy of our complaints handling process. You can also find information about referring a complaint to the Financial Ombudsman Service (FOS) at financial-ombudsman.org.uk

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