Your car's brake pads may wear out sooner than other parts of the vehicle, as they deal with a lot of direct heat and friction. The pads work as a shield between your pistons and rotors, bringing your car to a safe stop when you push on the brake pedal by stopping the rotation of your tires. If you hear clinking or grinding noises or if your car is taking longer to stop, get the system looked at and buy replacement brake pads if needed. Other signs you need new ones - vibrations, or if the vehicle pulls one direction or the other. While the brake pads are built to last, a lot depends on your driving habits, as well as the condition of the roads you drive on. But ordinarily between 25,000 to 70,000 miles. A good thing to remember is that if you frequently tow a load, you should get your brakes inspected more often. If you're like most people and want your brake pads to last as long as possible, OEM parts straight from the factory are the best choice. We're GM Outlet Parts, one of the leading GM factory parts suppliers in the nation. We make customer satisfaction our #1 priority. Complete your order online today to get your items as soon as possible.
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