The braking system in your Audi is complex, and there are a range of different components that are working together to help you stay safe on the road and in control. Brake rotors are one of the last parts engaged before your wheel stops rotating after you hit the brake pedal. The brake pads are what clamp on to your rotors, keeping the wheels from spinning. Replacing brake rotors when you notice signs of wear and tear is crucial. A health brake rotor will have a smooth surface that is free of grooves or cracks of any kind. If you find that yours are littered with warping or scratches, it's important to make replacements to them. You also might notice a difference in how your car's braking system feels. If you notice a shift in how your brakes respond, make sure you get the system looked at right away. There are various types of brake rotors to choose from, and we have OEM varieties to fit a range of Audi models. Investing in a set of OEM rotors will ensure you're getting parts that are made to last and fit your specific car.
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