Rear Brake Worn Out Faster?!
2004 Toyota Camry 40,000 miles.
The rear brake was making an intermittent metallic squealing noise and when I checked the disc pads, they were almost gone! I thought this was really odd because the car's most mileage is all highways without much braking at all. So, I checked the front brake pads and they looked fat, almost brand new. How could rear brake pads wear out so much faster thant the front? I don't remember not even once I drove the car with the side brake on by a mistake. Can anyone explain this?