Vehicle safety involves prioritizing the brake system on your list. Over time, your brakes will undergo the normal wear and tear process, needing repair and replacement. The routine maintenance of your brakes should be done at least once a year. There should be a thorough inspection of your brake fluid level, brake lining wear, rotor thickness, brake lines, condition of hoses, and dash warning lights. You have to seek professional help whenever you hear odd noises or your car is pulling to the left or right, as well as presence of warning signals like brake grabbing, illuminated warning light, vibration, low pedal feel, squealing, and hard pedal feel.
Wear and tear of your brake system is affected by several factors including the driver’s driving habits, brake lining material, operating conditions, and the vehicle type. Never miss routine brake inspections and repair …Read More