When you step on your brake pedal, your brake calipers press your brake pads. This creates friction, and that friction produces heat. Brakes that can't disperse this heat wear out more quickly and easily. A dependable set of genuine Toyota or Scion brake rotors helps keep this from happening. They dissipate that heat. Which brake rotors work best for your car, truck, or SUV, however, depends on body style. You've got four types of brake rotors to choose from: blank & smooth, drilled, slotted, and drilled & slotted. The former is what most vehicles use; the last are better at scattering heat, and most sports cars and performance vehicles use them. You'll need to change your factory brake rotors approximately every 70,000 miles, but you can also look for signs of wear or failure. They include surface damage, abnormal noise during braking, and brake wobble. Be sure that you replace brake rotors in pairs; it maintains even stopping. When it's time to order replacements, go OEM for best results: original brake rotors straight from Toyota & Scion are the most reliable, as they're designed to work with your model from the start. Browse our auto parts catalog, buy today, and save!