Impossible to say. Driving conditions matters, not miles. If you drive
city all the time, they don't last for crap. If you do a lot of highway,
they can last 150,000km with no problem. Yours may very well be shot.
Yes, very possible. When I lived in Philadelphia, it was common for brakes
to wear out in that time (about 15,000 miles). Many traffic lights and stop
signs at almost every block. Add to that, poor driving habits where you
brake hard and they can be gone in half that time.
No one here knows where you live, how you drive, what roads you use so it is
impossible to give an accurate assessment.
In my experience, brakes of that ones new Hyundai cars last far less than
that one you go changing (i am talking of original spare parts). may be the
original brake pads coming out from car factory are less lasting for some
mysterious reason ...
Not really very mysterious. You can make brakes from many different
compounds. They all strike balance between stopping distance, pedal
pressure required, and noise. To achieve those goals, wear per stop is a
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