How Brake Pads and Rotors Work
Brakes play a critical role in car safety, if not one of the most important roles. The brake system as a whole is made up of different parts and components that work together to slow your vehicle when you press on the brake pedal. Two important components are the brake pads and rotors. When you step on the brakes, hydraulic fluid forces brake pads to clamp down on rotors, also called discs, to stop the wheels from spinning.
If you recognize any problems with your car’s braking system, come to Murray’s Auto Clinic in Silver Springs, MD. We offer complete brake service and repair, and our technicians are factory trained and ASE certified. Visit our website to learn more about our brake repair services, or call us at 301-585-7557 to discuss any of our other auto repair and auto maintenance services.