VIDEO: Worn Brake Pads Say A Lot

VIDEO: Worn Brake Pads Say A Lot

Before you throw out the old brake pads or order a new set, take a good look at them. This video is sponsored by ADVICS.

Before you throw out the old brake pads or order a new set, take a good look at them. Worn brake pads can tell you a lot about the entire brake system and prevent the new pads from suffering the same fate. It can also help you to recommend a brake repair that returns the vehicle to like-new condition. Andrew Markel discusses why you should never judge the condition of the brake pads using just one pad. This video is sponsored by ADVICS.

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