| Replace brake pads according to mileage. Brake pads and brake discs (drums) have a useful life and must be replaced when they wear to a certain extent. In normal city traffic, their service life is about 50,000 kilometers, and the service life of brake pads is about 30,000 kilometers. However, depending on the operation of the owner, it is best to check every 10,000 kilometers. However, when braking, the car obviously shifts to the left or right. This is caused by the front wheel brakes being out of sync. It is easy to cause accidents because the brakes grab the left (right), especially when driving at high speeds. Perform brake adjustment. |
In addition, the new car should pay attention to the running-in of the brake system. The running-in of the first 1,000 kilometers of the new car is critical. The braking system also needs running-in. It is better not to have emergency braking. In order to run in smoothly, you must step on the clutch before braking, but this is only an expedient measure. After 1,000 kilometers, in order to extend the life of the clutch, you must "brake first and then leave."