Auto Experts Release How-To Car & Truck Brake
Pad, Brake Fluid Replacement Guide
Many American’s vehicles have been parked in the garage or driven
limited miles over the past year. These vehicles may not have retained the
“Whoa” power needed to stop safely.
A dormant vehicle plus fluctuating fall and winter
changing weather conditions can impact the
performance of a vehicle’s braking system.
When the vehicle isn’t being driven much is the
ideal time to inspect and maintain the braking
Goodyear Brakes offer some tips for
maintaining your vehicle’s braking
system, as well as advanced solutions
for addressing any issues. The new line
Brakes provides premium quality brake
kits, calipers, rotors, brake pads and all
the hardware for today’s most popular
vehicles, from daily drivers to SUVs as
well as light trucks.
This brake line is backed by a national warranty, decades of production experience
and one of the best-known names in automotive excellence. The Goodyear Brakes
product lineup offers the ideal solution for almost every braking need.
“What’s most important is your ‘Whoa’ power and
that’s the brakes,” said Lauren Fix, host of Car Coach
Reports and automotive analyst. “There are some
simple checks and maintenance projects you can do
in your driveway to improve your brake system
You can also determine if you need to
make further repairs before you start
driving more as the economy opens up.”
When people hear about “fixing the brakes,” they think of replacing brake pads. In a disc braking
system, the brake pad clamps down on the rotor, exerting force to bring the car to a halt. This
generates a lot of heat and puts immense strain on the pads, which causes them to wear down.
Brake pads are disposable and
need to be changed about every
35,000 miles, more often in urban
Goodyear Brakes offers premium brake
pads manufactured in the USA that are
specifically formulated to provide
maximum stopping effectiveness,
control, and durability.