The vast majority of GW readers have said quality if the most important factor when it comes it braking components, a recent survey has revealed.
The findings show that 85 per cent of respondents say quality is the top priority when buying braking parts.
Just ten per cent said availability was most important while five per cent say it’s price.
The survey also asked respondents about brand loyalty, quality and R90 regulations.
When asked if they are more likely to purchase British braking brands than any other, 28 per cent said ‘no’ and a further 54 per cent suggested that where braking components are manufactured doesn’t concern them.
As for brand loyalty, 79 per cent of respondents claim to always use the same brand while 16 per cent said brand is not important.
Five per cent say customers request to have specific branded brake parts.
The survey also found that just 24 per cent understand R90 regulations for braking components in depth and a staggering 30 per cent admitted they had never heard of R90.