Despite what well-meaning friends tell you, brake wear is unique to every driver depending on:
  • Your driving habits
  • The condition of your overall braking system
  • The quality and composition of your break components

Brakes wear a little every time they are applied to stop and go traffic, aggressive driving habits and a heavily loaded vehicle will require replacement much sooner than single passenger, long highway commutes.

It's a commonly held belief that the signs of brake system issues are readily noticeable to the driver. A pulsing brake pedal, a high-pitched squeal or worse yet harsh grinding sounds are certainly indicators that your brake system requires maintenance - but by the time you experience any of these conditions it may be too late for minor repairs. 

Regular inspection and maintenance by your Mopar Service Experts can resolve discreet issues within your braking system (dragging, seized callipers, worn pads, etc.) before they lead to larger issues - impacting both the safety of your vehicle and the significance of the repair.

Softer pads (organic) offer better stopping power but at the expense of wear, ceramic pads on the other hand have a much longer lifespan, but give up a little stopping power. Economical brake components typically have a shorter life span than more quality products designed specifically for your vehicle. 

Ask your Mopar Service Expert about the options and which brakes are right for you.