Do you know that many drivers often thought their vehicle disc brake rotor get rusty even the vehicle is running on the road daily. This is common misconception from the drivers.
The rusty residues are generated from the disc brake pad, during braking, and the brake dust then get stuck along the disc brake rotor. In the event during raining day, the residue become brownish and many people thought the disc brake rotor get rusted instead.
This incident is perfectly normal, and drivers have nothing to worry about it. The wheel, disc brake rotor and pad are working fine and this brownish brake pad issue happen to every vehicle during the wet day. The disc brake rotor will be cleaned once the driver drive the vehicle again on the dry road.
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