TMD Friction enhances parts look up with Brakebook

Published:  05 September, 2017

TMD Friction has enhanced its brake parts look-up service for garages and factors with the introduction of Brakebook, an online and app-based portal. The new and improved system now includes a vehicle registration look-up which identifies brake parts using a vehicle’s registration number. Other features include product catalogue downloads, regular updates on new-to-range products and an expert search functionality, allowing users to search by size of component. A final improvement- a brake pad scanner -has also been incorporated for Textar. Brakebook is available across Apple and Android devices.
www.brakebook.com

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