The front brakes vs rear brakes comparison has everything to do with friction and heat.
Understanding your car brakes means being more knowledgeable about your brake system during your next trip to the shop.
Some people don’t just roll old school — they stop old school, too. With drum brakes.
Many of the tools needed to change brakes are probably sitting in your toolbox or garage already. If not, here are the ones you’ll need to finish the job.
Wondering what the differences are between disc vs. drum brakes? Here are the pros and cons of each.
The squealing sound of the disc brakes is often caused by brake dust. To fix this, try these car brake cleaning tips.
Unlike the front brakes on your car, the rear brakes only perform about 20-30 percent of the braking action. Where this causes an issue is when the rear brakes are … Continue Reading Know-How Notes: Wheel Cylinder Replacement Tips
We’ve had disc brakes for decades, so why aren’t their preceding technology, drum brakes, obsolete? Here’s why drums still have a place in the modern car.
What is the difference when it comes to drum brakes vs disc brakes, and how does a manufacturer decide the best fit?
With so many parts hiding inside them, replacing drum brakes is not for the faint of heart. These 3 pro tips make the job easier.