The most common wear parts are the brake pads and the brake discs. Sometimes, the calliper must be replaced. Irrespective of the wear on these parts, the brake fluid must be replaced regularly.
How often the components must be changed is hard to say. The reason for this is that the driving style and the material condition have a great influence on the actual service life.
It is also important to know that when changing the brake discs, you should always have the corresponding brake pads replaced. In the opposite case, however, replacement of the brake discs when changing the brake pads is not necessarily required, unless the brake discs are really worn out. However, if only the discs are replaced and the pads maintained, it may also come to lower braking performance or faster wear and rubbing noise.
When wear indicators let you know that there is too much wear, or if you can hear annoying grinding and rubbing noises while driving, the components of the brake system should be replaced. A change of the brake discs should always be accompanied by an exchange of the brake pads - the other way round this is not always necessary. Here at Roberts Tyres and Sleaford MOT & Service Centre we only change what needs changing. We want to save our customers time and money.
We only use high quality replacement parts to make sure you will always be safe on the road.
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