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Brake fluid replacement at Bristol Caravans

Motorhome and Campervan Brake Fluid Replacement in Bristol

Brake fluid replacement in your motorhome or campervan is a safety-critical item because it connects the pressure applied by your foot to the brake pedal and the action of the brakes at the wheels.

Motorhomes and campervans need their brake fluid replaced every two years, if it’s time to replace the brake fluid on your vehicle we would love to help.

Read the AA’s view on brake issues including Brake Fluid changes.

We are part of the Approved Workshop Scheme (AWS) and the MCEA, which includes an annual audit assessment to ensure we comply with (we aim to exceed) industry standards.

How Much Does Brake Fluid Replacement Cost?

The cost of a brake fluid change can vary widely due to the different types of motorhomes and campervans available. Our pricing generally includes 1-2 hours of labour, along with the cost of any necessary parts. If you would like to get a more accurate estimate for your vehicle, please get in touch.

Brake Fluid Replacement

From

£86.90 + Parts

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Book Your Brake Fluid Replacement

If you have any questions or would like to book a Brake Fluid Replacement, email service@bristolcaravans.com, call 01454 612893 within working hours, or contact us using our online form.

Why Bristol Caravans?

We work hard to get better every day. Here’s why we believe you might wish to consider us.

AWS Workshop of the year

Not only a certified AWS Workshop, we have recently won AWS Workshop of the year! Approved & accredited by NCC, Caravan & Motorhome Club, Camping & Caravaning Club.

Skilled mechanics

Our qualified and experienced technicians ensure top-quality service.

Bolt on accessories

Personal advice on the best upgrade or bolt-on accessory for your vehicle.

Great location

Based in Almondsbury, north Bristol. One mile from the M4 and M5.

Value for money

Quality workmanship at a fair price. No job is too small, classic vehicles are welcome.

Friendly customer service

We are a small and nimble team, happy to help in any way we can.

Have you seen what our customers say? Read our reviews.

FAQs

Brake fluid loses its effectiveness over time as it is hygroscopic which means it absorbs water. As the water content of the fluid increases air bubbles are created causing the brakes to lose their effectiveness and become dangerous. This is evident when brakes begin to feel spongy.

  • Every 2 years.
  • Water content in brake fluid should be checked annually, we include this in an engine chassis service.

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