Brake rotors are flat pieces of steel attached to a rod inside of your wheel. Your brake rotors are surrounded by brake pads, which press against the rotors when the brake pedals are applied, slowing down your vehicle. Brake rotors are built thick because they have to get rid of the heat caused by friction from your brake pads. Depending on where you drive, you'll have to stop your car more frequently, which means you might have to replace your rotors more.
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