Ask The NAPA Experts: How to Pick the Right Brake Upgrade Stop right there! Is a brake upgrade for your car, truck or SUV on your wish list? Did you … Continue Reading How to Pick the Right Brake Upgrade
Clean EV Brakes Like a NAPA Pro Modern electric vehicles are amazingly frugal with their energy. High-capacity battery packs mean longer driving range, but regenerative electric car brakes also help … Continue Reading How to Clean EV Brakes
What to Expect from Your Brake Service with NAPA Auto Care There are more than 285 million vehicles registered in the United States today. The average vehicle on the road … Continue Reading What to Expect from Your Brake Service with NAPA Auto Care
The Latest in EV Brake Technology Advances in electric vehicle systems are happening at record speed. Entire components are getting eliminated. What was once old is new again. But the … Continue Reading The Latest in EV Brake Technology
A NAPA Guide on How to Buy Brake Rotor Replacements Are the brakes on your sedan, crossover, SUV, minivan or pickup truck squealing? Do you hear a grinding noise when … Continue Reading How to Buy Brake Rotors
How Often Should Brake Pads Be Replaced? It depends on a number of factors, from materials to the way you drive. Read on to learn more.
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.
What are slotted rotors and how can they improve spirited driving, track days, towing or hauling? Consider the pros and cons of slotted rotors.
Wouldn’t it be great if our cars told us when something is wrong? In a way, they already do. Modern cars have instrument panels with dozens of symbols and warning indicators. These notify you of basic issues, like the windshield washer fluid is low, as well as possibly dangerous problems. Cars make a lot of noise, but there are a few telltale noises that signal your brakes are the culprit…