You might be thinking: why pair brake pads and rotors into the same service? A quick review of the braking system will shed light on the rationale to service brake pads and rotors at the same time – The stopping power that slows down and stops your vehicle happens at one point where the brake pads meet the rotor. While the brake pedal is the beginning of the brake system, the friction that slows you down occurs as the brake pads get pushed into the brake rotor. The resistance generated between the brake pads and rotors is the exact point where stopping happens. With stopping power at factory specifications, you get maximum passenger safety. The only problem in all of this is that brake pads are engineered to wear out purposefully and brake rotors are prone to wear and tear over time because they handle constant intense friction and heat every time you drive. Since brake pads require replacement and rotors need to be resurfaced or replaced when damaged, it just makes good sense to schedule a Brake Pad & Rotor Replacement right when your vehicle needs it most.
Warning Signs that my Vehicle needs Brake Pad & Rotor Replacement
Although the best way to know if your vehicle needs new brake pads and rotors is with a factory trained Kia technician, there are also several warning signs that make it visible to the untrained eye. If you notice any of the following warning signs that your vehicle needs Brake Pad & Rotor Replacement, contact Briggs Kia, and we’ll get you in quickly for a Brake Pad & Rotor Replacement Service.
If you are experiencing any of the above warning signs, it is an opportunity to correct the problem before it can get worse. With safety as a top priority, Brake Pad & Rotor Replacement Service is an easy way to promote maximum stopping power and protection for your Kia car, crossover, minivan, or SUV. Briggs Kia in Topeka is conveniently located within a short drive of Lawrence, KS & Carbondale, KS.
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