Most modern Mercedes have a disc brake system. The main parts of this system include the rotors, calipers, and pads. When the brake pedal gets pressed, the calipers (which the pads are attached to) squeeze against the rotors to stop the vehicle. As you may have guessed, maintaining your brakes is vital to ensure a safe driving experience. Brake rotors usually last 30,000-70,000 depending on your driving habits and are often replaced in pairs. Symptoms you need new brake rotors may include a squeaking sound or scraping if they’re severely worn. Find OEM brake rotors for replacement here on our site.
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