Luxury Care


A perfectly functioning braking system is vital not just for you but for all other road users as well. So be on the safe side and have the condition of all system components checked at regular intervals. Because every vehicle contains any number of parts which are subject to natural wear in the course of everyday use. Maintenance at a Luxury Care Service workshop is guaranteed to ensure safety: We check the condition of all the wearing parts such as brake pads, brake disks and brake fluid and perform professional replacement whenever necessary.

  • Attractively priced packages for removal and installation/replacement with genuine OE Supplier brake discs, brake pads as well as brake fluid.

  • Comprehensive range of original equipment standard products in actuation.

  • The latest test equipment for expert diagnosis and repair.


Diagnosis vehicle safety systems


Every vehicle has any number of wearing parts – in the engine compartment, under the floor or in the passenger compartment. Most of these products are subject to natural wear in the course of everyday vehicle operation. This applies to brake parts, exhaust system corrosion and also affects the transmission oil (brake fluid). But because this type of wear is not always immediately apparent, it is a good idea to have your car inspected at regular intervals. Otherwise the damage resulting can lead to expensive repairs or sudden faults could endanger not just you but other road users as well.


When it comes to installing, removing and replacing brake pads and discs, you always count on our outstanding expertise. Constant access to all the technical data and maintenance procedures required guarantees that we are able to do the work reliably and professionally – for virtually any make of car on the market. And all the latest workshop equipment and genuine spare parts from Luxury Care ensure optimum safety on the road.


Do you have the feeling that your vehicle's braking distance is too long? This could be due to excessive aging of the brake fluid and if so, it should be changed without delay. Checking and changing the brake fluid are in fact amongst the most important vehicle maintenance operations. As the fluid constantly absorbs water, vapor bubbles may develop at high temperatures if the water content rises to above 3%. On braking, these bubbles are compressed and may prevent the build-up of sufficient brake pressure. In the worst case this can lead to total failure of the entire braking system. Our recommendation: For your own safety have the brake fluid in your car changed once every year or as recommended by the vehicle manufacturer.

Professional diagnosis and repair :

Our trained specialists can be relied upon to professionally service and if necessary repair the electronic safety systems in your car.

  • Diagnostic data for all safety systems and types of vehicle

  • Full range of original equipment standard and recommended products

  • The latest test equipment for perfect maintenance and repair


The professionals at Luxury Care Service workshop know all there is to know about driving safety systems. They have the necessary specialist knowledge and also the essential test equipment. So they are fully equipped to give all the driving safety systems in your car a thorough service and perform any necessary repairs


Luxury Care Service workshop always have the full range of brake products to original equipment standard available. We also have constant access to the data required for safety system maintenance, so that we are able to offer reliable and professional trouble-shooting and fault rectification.


The following is a brief outline of the most important safety systems to enable you to contact a Luxury Care Service expert directly if you have a problem.

Electronic Stability Program (ESP)

ESP prevents possible skidding if a vehicle gets out of control as a result of cornering at high speed for example. It does so by acting on the brake or engine control system to stop uncontrolled swerving.

Traction control system (TCS)

TCS regulates the drive torque to stop the wheels spinning on driving off or accelerating. This guarantees not only stability but also steerability.

Antilock braking system (ABS)

If the wheels lock up as a result of hard braking, the vehicle will no longer respond to steering action. ABS technology then automatically reduces the brake pressure so that the individual wheels do not come to a standstill and remain under control.


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