The main reason for every other year brake fluid flush that it’s hygroscopic. Big word, just means that brake fluid will absorb moisture from the atmosphere, lower its boiling point and effectiveness if you drive on the track. The water in this fluid can also damage the brake master cylinder over time if not regularly flushed. BMW says the brake fluid needs to be flushed every 2 years, and that’s fine for road cars but will need more frequently for cars that get taken to the track. Interestingly, our first service on our long-term BMW i3 will need a brake fluid flush at two years of age and that’s the only reason for going in for service.
On December 16, 2015, the Supreme Court passed a ban on the registration of diesel-engine SUVs and cars with engines over 2000cc in Delhi and NCR till March 31, 2016. The ban will render around 17 car companies with over 60 variants of their models off the shelf for purchase. Here’s a list of the cars you’re going to have trouble getting these cars: