Your car's brakes will wear down over time and need to be replaced. Here are 3 signs it's time to replace your brakes.

1. Squealing Noises

Replace your car's brakes if you hear a squealing noise. Your brake pads clamp down on the rotor to stop your car, which is why you hear squealing. When the pads are low, the tab will hit the rotor more often, causing squealing.

2. Vibrations

When you brake, you may feel vibrations in the steering wheel because the rotors are warped and need to be replaced. Ignoring this could cause even more damage.

3. Pulling to One Side

When you brake, your car may pull to one side. If your brake pads wear unevenly, one caliper may apply more pressure than the other. It is also possible that something is caught in one of the wheels. If you're unsure what's causing the issue, take your vehicle to a mechanic

Knowing when to replace your car's brakes is crucial for safety. Look for squealing noises, vibrations, and pulling to one side. Mechanics can help you if you're not sure what's going on with your car.

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