For the average driving-aged individual, the time spent in one's vehicle can add up to a significant number of hours. This is generally due to the use of a vehicle in commuting to the workplace, running errands, taking vacations, etc. Unfortunately, vehicles don't always function as they should. Therefore, due to the law of averages, the possibility of a vehicle not running, breaking down, or having some sort of maintenance issue is very probable.
If you live an an area of the country that reaches extremely cold temperatures during the winter and/or where roads are covered in snow and ice all winter long, then you likely know that extreme winter conditions can take a toll on your car. However, you may not realize just how much of a toll winter temperatures and conditions can take on your brakes, and of course, it is always important to drive with brakes that are in good condition to ensure you can stop your vehicle in a timely fashion when needed to avoid auto accidents.