The purpose of the brake test is to perform the front, rear, right, left and hand brake tests of the vehicle.

The total braking powers of the vehicle and the difference of right and left wheel braking power are measured.

If this test is done carefully and in detail, information about the vehicle's brake discs and pads is also obtained.

The test starts automatically when the vehicle to be tested is taken to the brake test rollers.
While the rollers are rotating, the test values are read by first pressing the brake of the vehicle slowly and then fully.
These operations are repeated for the front, rear and hand brake.

As a result of these tests, the maximum brake powers of all wheels, the deviation values between the front and rear axle right-left brake power, the total efficiency of the handbrake, the maximum brake power and deflection values of the handbrake, brake heating and disc ovality are measured.