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Download these PC-Brake software titles:

  1. PC-BRAKE FACTOR
  2. PC-BRAKE TEMPERATURE
  3. PC-BRAKE AIR 2-AXLE TRUCK
  4. PC-BRAKE AIR 3-AXLE TRUCK – AIR SUSPENSION
  5. PC-BRAKE AIR 3-AXLE TRUCK – WALKING BEAM
  6. PC-BRAKE AIR 3-AXLE TRUCK – LEAF SPRING
  7. PC-BRAKE AIR Tractor Semitrailer 2-S1
  8. PC-BRAKE AIR Tractor-Semitrailer-Trailer 2-S1-2
  9. PC-BRAKE AIR Tractor-Semitrailer 3-S2 A-A Air/Air Suspensions
  10. PC-BRAKE AIR Tractor-Semitrailer 3-S2 A-WB Air/Walking Beam Suspensions
  11. PC-BRAKE AIR Tractor-Semitrailer 3-S2 A-LS Air/Leaf Spring Suspensions
  12. PC-BRAKE AIR Multi-Axle Air Brake System

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CONDITIONS OF USE:

Neither PC-Brake, Inc. nor the authors of these programs are liable or responsible to the user for loss or damage caused or alleged to be caused, directly or indirectly, by the software and any referenced attendant documentation, including (but not limited to) interruption of service, loss of business, or anticipated profit.  The software programs were developed to aid readers of “Brake Design and Safety” and “Motor Vehicle Accident Reconstruction and Cause Analysis” with the mathematical analysis of engineering concepts.  By downloading any PC-BRAKE, Inc. software program(s) the user automatically agrees to these Conditions of Use.       

The Brake Design Workshop and no-cost  MARC1 software have been discontinued as of 12/31/2014.

The new and updated MARC1-2015 accident reconstruction software can be purchased for $ 295.00 by contacting Dr. Rudolf Limpert at e-mail address prosourc@xmission.com or by calling 801-201-2532.

The Accident Reconstruction Catalogue (ARC) is no longer available as a free download. Instead, it will be provided at no cost to MARC1-2015 purchasers.

All Brake Design and Safety related software programs are still a no-cost down load.