During the braking process, your brake pads clamp onto your brake rotors to keep your wheels from spinning. The brake rotors are the last part engaged when it comes to getting your car to stop. Replacing brake rotors whenever you notice signs of wear and tear is important so that you are able to slow down your vehicle safely. Rotors in good shape will have a smooth surface, while those that need replacement may have grooves or warping.
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