did the lack of use of my car cause my rotors to warp?
i purchased a certified used 2018 sport in 2019. It only had 3800 miles. just recently i felt the braking action was different so I wanted the dealership to have a look at it.
it was much to my surprise that they advised that my rotors needed to be resurfaced. (i have had the car for a year and 2 mos. and have less than 12000 miles still.) When i asked how the rotors wore with such low mileage i was advised that its because of the lack of driving… I have never heard of such. This is my 1st Hyundai and prior to this i leased cars, drove about the same and never had any mention of rotors. Can you shed any light on my situation? Will i be replacing these unused rotors soon? what is my recourse to having the dealership assume some or all of the expense (seeing as it was purchased as ‘certified’ used ?
your input is greatly appreciated .