American Grease Stick is a Michigan-based company that prides itself on customer service. The Company's brake fluid is most useful for motorcycles, heavy duty vehicles, and trailer units and operates efficiently from -75 degrees Fahrenheit to over 600F.
Castrol is a UK-based company that offers a wide selection of engine oils. Highly involved with the world's top motorsports teams. The Company's brake fluid is designed to keep moisture levels low to prevent vapor lock brake failure.
Gum Out provides products that make your car run smoothly longer. The Gum Out name comes from WWII, when its first product helped remove buildup from US ships. The Company's standard brake fluid meets all safety standards and works with both ABS disc and drum brakes.
Gunk prides itself on working through the tough projects for do-it-yourself customers and offer a broad range of products Gunk offers is indicative of this commitment. The Company's brake fluid offering protects against both foam and corrosion
Havoline, a division of Chevron, was instrumental in designing the first motor oil that worked during winter conditions. The Company's brake fluid aims to provide lasting and efficient service life for brake systems by minimizing leakage and maintaining solid response times.
Motorex is a Swiss based company that continuously strives to achieve a green production process. Their brake fluids are popular for ATVs, bikes, and motorcycles. The DOT 5.1 brake fluid works with both DOT 3 and DOT 4 brakes while also preventing vapor buildup.
Prestone is one of the industry leaders in antifreeze, but its performance in other product areas is robust. The Company's synthetic brake fluid, functional with ABS, disc, and drum brakes, also goes beyond required safety standards for optimal safety and performance.
STP has produced car care products since 1954, including brake fluids. The Company also enthusiastically sponsors racing teams in circuits ranging from NASCAR to funny cars. Made in America, STP offers a heavy duty brake fluid optimized for disk and drum brakes in modern cars.
Shell is a Dutch company known for combining a wide range of products and top research capabilities. Its new brake fluid is popular for high end sport cars like Ferrari and Maserati, but Shell also offers 6 different brake fluids for regular cars too.
Valvoline represents over 150 years of automotive service heritage, starting with lubricants and expanding ever since. Valvoline's brake fluids are formulated to have a low moisture content, keeping fluids from evaporating out of your brakes.