Brake Pad

Car Brake Pads are a component of the braking system that are pressed against the brake rotor to create friction, thereby slowing or stopping the vehicle.
Brake Pads are crucial for the safe operation of a vehicle, as they allow the driver to slow down and stop the vehicle as needed. Worn or faulty Brake Pads can compromise the braking system, leading to reduced braking ability and potentially dangerous driving conditions.
Brake Pads should be replaced when they become worn down to a thickness of 3 millimeters or less, or when they show signs of damage or uneven wear. It’s recommended to have your Brake Pads inspected regularly, as wear can vary depending on driving conditions and other factors.
Brake Pads are located inside each brake caliper.
Replacing Brake Pads requires technical knowledge and specialized tools, so it’s best to have a qualified mechanic or technician perform the work. It’s important to use high-quality replacement pads and to follow the manufacturer’s recommendations for Brake Pad replacement.
When the driver applies the brakes, hydraulic pressure is generated, causing the brake caliper to squeeze the Brake Pads against the rotor, slowing the wheel and thus the vehicle.