Question about Land Rover Range Rover
Depending on the type of driving you do and the way you drive directly reflects the life of any brake pads on any vehicle, for example, if you are traveling 100 miles per day to work and you are driving all freeway driving and very seldom have to use the brakes you may realize 35-40,00 miles before a pad change, on the other hand if you are in stop and go traffic you can expect this number to go in half or less depending on how many times you hit the brakes and from what speed you are doing so, the fatser you travel the more wear and tear you put on the brakes to stop all the vehicle, I have seen front pads wear out in 5,000 miles due to a young boy driving a vehicle wiothout given proper driver training, he would rest his foot on the brake pedal while driving all over town and didn't know he was doing so.... on the other hand i have seen brakes last almost 60,000 miles as the vehicle would go directly onto the freeway from the owners home and travel 100 miles one way to work only stopping four times each day.
If you have a brake problem such as a siezed brake caliper or similiar then you will notice a lot of brake wear and also excessive pulling when coming to a stop, this condition needs immediate attention.
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Posted on Jul 14, 2010
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