Bosch brakes born safe

October 03, 2023
Bosch brakes born safe
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Bosch has been an expert in braking safety for more than 95 years and through this time, it has been a consistent innovator in this critical field. 


Today the Bosch organisation continues to be driven by innovation around brakes and committed to technical progress, to provide drivers with improved braking safety and comfort. This means that Bosch Brakes are ideally placed to be the safety expert partner of all types of workshops.

Safety is central to the Bosch DNA. The company has always been a pioneer in developing important life-saving brake technologies and setting new industry standards such as ABS and ESP. For example, the Bosch innovation of ESP, means up to 80% of skid-related accidents can be avoided and this means 260,000 accidents were prevented in Europe thanks to ESP between 1995 and 2015. 

Bosch draws on its OE expertise and knowledge to ensure its aftermarket range offers OE-like products for maximum safety. As a technology leader and long-term partner of the automotive industry, Bosch strives to continuously improve current technologies and lead in new developments, via R&D, prototyping and testing.

Bosch conducts research and development in its own laboratories in Germany, ensuring the consistency and quality of its products. Bosch parts are tested in extreme conditions in its laboratories and in outdoor testing grounds, to go beyond real-life conditions. The company also continues to track and improve each product over its lifetime. 

As well as this, close OE links mean that Bosch is firmly focused on the future of braking technology and is able to reflect this with an aftermarket range that features components for electric vehicles and the very latest developments in brake fluid technology. 

Bosch is expert in not just one or two braking component areas, but in all braking components and systems from pedal to the wheel. This means expertise in the entire braking system, with one complete portfolio offer covering more than 27 braking sub-families, with some 11,000 part numbers. 

Bosch is consistently voted the best braking brand by many motorists, meaning all drivers can have complete confidence in the products. 

With excellent support and back-up Bosch also keeps technicians fully up to date with braking technology with training, information and brake service procedures.

Lastly, Bosch points out that it is a true all-in-one provider for safety offering parts, diagnostics, workshop services, service and repair workshop equipment, a technical hotline and dedicated training offers. 

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