No such thing. It probably is lifetime warantee crappy pads offered by brake
shops that replaces your pads for free then ding you for all kinds of other
things not needed. Eg. rotors , calipers and don't forget the dreaded ABS
sensors . Cheers
the lifetime brakes are warrantied as such.
if the box that is left outside in all the elements is 100% perfect
condition when the brake pads wear out, they will exchange the box for free.
pads are supposed to wear.
they should last 40,000 to 100,000 miles depending on driving habits.
I used to buy the lifetime pads, they were kind of helpful when I owned a
dodgelemon which needed new pads yearly. But the downside is they wear the
rotors more so you end up replacing the rotors. Now I buy good quality
(Raybestos) pads and get better stopping power and don't have to replace
the rotors (and traded the dodgelemon for the Chevy so I don't have to
replace dozens of other parts all the time too)
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