2311 Central Ave, Dubuque, IA 52001
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When parking your vehicle outside, dampness from rain or snow accumulates and forms a very thin layer of rust on the surface of the Brake Rotors. This is normal as Brake Rotors will form a thin layer of rust that will wear off after driving a couple of miles. If you wonder Why My Brake Are Squeaking, then there may be too much Brake Rust on your Rotors. Having Rusty Rotors increases Brake Pad Wear. It may be cost-effective to have your vehicle’s Brake Rotors replaced or resurfaced at the same time you have your Brake Pads replaced.