4 simple steps to breaking in new brake pads and disc rotors

With today’s technology, seeing someone operating a vehicle is already as normal as breathing. Since it’s their purpose to stop the machine by command, brake systems are most likely the most crucial part of any vehicle. With the brief overview of how the brake systems work out of the way, there are other matters you need to worry about. Breaking in your new brake pads and rotors isn’t a necessity for an average driver. Once you’ve stayed at that speed for a moment, slow down the vehicle by applying moderate brake pressure. This is to prevent your new brake pads from squeezing too hard against hot rotors. After repeating the process a few times, get your vehicle to slow down enough to stop on its own.

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