In this blog, we will be talking about how to dry wet brakes while driving. If you have ever been in a situation where your wheels have been wet and you have been driving, you will know how dangerous it can be. The brakes can get a lot of heat on them and if you don’t dry them soon, the heat will cause the brake pads to wear out faster.
A driver has to be extremely careful in such a situation where the brakes are wet and he has to make sure that he is driving within the speed limit. The brakes will be squealing and the car is likely to stop on its own or brake unexpectedly. The driver can control the situation only if the brakes are dry and if the car is running at the right speed.
How to dry wet brakes while driving
If your brakes are wet you can dry them by a clean, lint-free towel. Also, if you have access to a hairdryer or a heat gun, you can use that to speed up the drying process.