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  • David Tan
    1. Noise-Level: Ceramic brake pads are very quiet, creating little-to-no extra sound when the brakes are applied.
    2. Wear & Tear Residue: Compared to organic brake pads, ceramic brake pads tend to produce less dust and other particles as they wear down.
    1 Apr 2021
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    Most of the brake pads have sensors in them. The metal sensor usually becomes defined and makes contact with the disc when a 12 mm thick brake pad is 3mm worn out. On new vehicles, the display will show this warning. If the brake pads are worn to about 25%, they need to be replaced, it also depends on how you drive.14 Mar 2021
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