Every time you push on your brake pedal, you're causing your calipers to squeeze the brake pads against the rotors. Overtime those pads wear down and need to get replaced. Sometimes you can sense the feeling of having to apply more pressure to stop, a sign there's an issue. Some vehicles are equipped with warning systems that are connected to the braking system. Either way, it's essential to be able to stop rapidly when needed. Be sure to check your brake pads or get them checked by a trusted mechanic. How long do brake pads usually last? As long as 65,000 miles, but issues might show up as early as 25,000. A great way to ensure your brake pads last as long as possible is to stick with OEM products. Not only do experts suggest them, but they carry a guarantee against defects as well, ensuring the money invested doesn't go to waste. Sure, aftermarket options exist, but they rarely match the fit-and-finish of factory parts. Why? Because OEM parts get build to last a long time. Consider Go GM Parts for all your automotive parts and accessories needs. Complete your order today to take advantage of our nationwide shipping options. Go GM Parts, the top choice by many for anything automotive related.
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