Learn how to fix squeaky brakes at home by inspecting the rotor, calipers and pads.
Your brakes serve a very basic purpose: stopping your car. But there are choices to make when dealing with your brakes, not least of all choosing the right kind of brake rotor. Brake rotors can be made of six different materials, each with its own advantages. Let’s take a look at the six most common brake rotor material types, their pros and cons, and which type may be the right ones for you…
What is the difference when it comes to drum brakes vs disc brakes, and how does a manufacturer decide the best fit?
If you know how to check your brakes in the garage, you can keep your vehicle running — and stopping — properly.
There are three main brake rotor replacement choices out there. This article walks you through the pros and cons of each.
Disc brakes on automobiles have been around since the 1950s. The basic design itself hasn’t changed much since that time, but technology has advanced the components that make up the … Continue Reading What Are Coated Brake Rotors?
When you start to feel a vibration upon stopping, it may be time to look into brake rotor replacement or resurfacing. Find out which is right for your car.
Replacing disc brakes isn’t as difficult as replacing drum brakes, but it may still require the help of an expert. Here are 5 pro tips to get you started.
Brakes sticking indicate one of two problems: a stuck brake caliper or a failed master cylinder. Here’s how to find and address both.
Here’s a quick guide to diagnose and repair your soft brake pedal and keep your ride and your loved ones safe.