The man panicked when the car had just been bought but the brakes were worn,almost as if his family or daughter were in danger.

Specifically in the video, when he was checking his last car before letting his daughter drive to school, the man suddenly discovered that the brakes were worn, even though this was the car he had just bought for his daughter to go to school.
And this was the fault of the assembly staff, this little fault almost put his family at risk, if not discovered in time.

Meanwhile, the employee emphasized that he had checked the car thoroughly before selling it to him. After watching the video, many people had to surprise and applaud this wonderful father.
“Thank God you had it checked to make sure she’d be okay ! Praise God !”
“No dad was watching over his baby and making sure she was safe.”

“Sounds like God watching over your daughter and the previous owner”

Brake pads may be excessively worn during travel due to less inspection and maintenance by the user. This is one of the reasons why cars are tied up.
When the brake disc is worn or laminated several times, it will be thinner than the standard thickness, then the brake piston is ejected during the limiting stroke and cannot be retracted back to the old position.

Instead, the brake piston clamps tightly to the brake drum or brake disc resulting in a tight braking condition. With this, the owner can quickly handle it by removing the wheels,
remove the brake assembly and brake drum to push the piston to its original position. Then, take the vehicle to a service center for inspection and repair.
Automotive brakes are very important, helping to keep those in the car safe during travel.
When the vehicle is on the road, if the brakes are malfunctioning, it is dangerous for both the occupants of the vehicle and the vehicles around them because the risk of traffic accidents is very high.

Therefore, the car is tied up in winning is a problem that makes many car owners “have a headache”.

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