The car's brake system is one of several automotive hydraulic systems. When you push down on the brake pedal, fluid is delivered through the brake lines from the master cylinder to the brake drums or discs, slowing the car through friction. To make the system work properly, you need to have enough brake fluid in the system, and it needs to be in good enough condition to do its job.
AdBlue is needed in any diesel vehicle equipped with Selective Catalytic Reduction (SCR) technology to comply with Euro 5 and Euro 6 emission standards. AdBlue is not a fuel, or a fuel additive, but a reducing agent used within the SCR system to convert the harmful Nitrous Oxide into innocuous Nitrogen and Water, resulting in less pollution.
Automotive brakes are undoubtedly one the most important parts of an automobile. If there’s any part that requires constant care, it is the brake system. Brakes get dirty often due to the constant exposure to grease, brake dust, road debris, grime and petroleum-derived brake fluid. A quick way to dissolve these pesky varmints was needed. This is why brake cleaner was invented.