If there’s one thing you want your brakes to be, it’s dependable. Good brakes are important no matter what you drive and need to be maintained no matter how much of a DIY mechanic you fancy yourself to be. Learning how to clean brake rotors and staying on top of it is an easy way to help maintain your brake system’s safety.
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.
Disc brake calipers come in two forms: floating and fixed. Get to know the difference between the two and why it matters.
While it might be obvious when you need to replace your brake pads, it might not always be so obvious determining if you need brake rotor replacement….
Looking at disc brakes, have you ever wondered about brake pad size, shape and form? Most brake pads are shaped as a sector of a circle since brake rotors are circular, but what about slots, grooves or angles that are cut into them?
Performance brake pads can help you stop just as quickly as your car accelerates — and we’ve got the details on how to upgrade.
Wondering “what is an auxiliary brake?” We break down the basics for you.
When changing brake pads, should you do all four wheels at once? The answer depends on your driving style, but changing the front two is more common.
Wondering what the differences are between disc vs. drum brakes? Here are the pros and cons of each.