To work out how many kilometres you have left on your current brake pads, if they were 12mms thick when new (now 3mm), divide how many kilometres you have driven with your current brake pads by three. This will give you a rough idea of when you will reach around 1mm to 2mm but it is always best to check with your trained technician.
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Driving takes all of our concentration at the best of times. Driving in the rain is much more difficult. In wet conditions, it’s imperative to understand how to safely manoeuvre your vehicle and avoid weather-related car accidents. Responsible driving means that you’ll be more likely to complete your journey safely.