Brakes are a critical safety system of a vehicle. Brake pads are the parts of a car's braking system that take the brunt of the force necessary to stop the car. Because brakes are critical to the safety of the vehicle and its occupants, the brake system should be thoroughly checked during every service. Brake service and repairs should only be carried out by a qualified mechanic.
In motor vehicles the clutch is a mechanical device that provides the transmission power of the vehicle. It is a physical disconnection between the engine and the wheels of the car. All cars have clutches and gearboxes, in automatic cars the clutch system is usually referred to as automatic transmission. Most major transmission repairs involve a clutch replacement. Clutches do not require regular servicing, however if you notice any burnt smelling transmission oil, find that your car slips between gear changes or does not go easily into park, you should arrange a clutch service as soon as possible so that your clutch can be adjusted or replaced.