Tyres are one of the most significant and essentialcomponentsof any vehicle. In simpler language, they can be called the ‘legs’ of your car.

The problem is that when you do use your brakes, you actually wear them away ever so slightly every time. The various parts in your brake system come together to bring eachwheel to a halt as efficiently as possible, and it is this coming together that actually compromises the performance of your brakes.

It is important to add here that you should not stop using your car brakes, but you should be checking their condition on a regular basis

The short answer is yes. According to Kross, when you think of yourself as another person, it allows you give yourself more objective, helpful feedback.


Checking for Signs of Brake Wear

The first, and most obvious, is a noise when you apply the brake pedal. This could be anything from a grinding sound to a high-pitched screech, and may be indicative that the brake pads are wearing thin and the calipers are squeezing against the brake discs.