At what mileage do average brake pads need changing?


According top Brake Warehouse, front brakes get about 30,000 miles of use before they need changing. If one does a lot of stop and go driving or if one rides the brakes, it could be less. Rear brakes will usually get from 50,000 to 60,000 miles of use but will also be less with stop and go driving or when driving in a predominantly hilly area. The driver is a big determinant in the life of brake pads.
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If you buy your own pads first, the average price range would be 35 - 55 dollars. Back brakes are extra! report this answer. Updated on Wednesday, February 01 2012 at 09:08AM EST.
Old guy raises a good point: Always ask for all used parts taken off the car. I don't know where you live or brands of brake parts available. As a general rule pads made with soft
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