The global electric vehicle market size was valued at USD 246.70 billion in 2020, and is projected to only go up from there as governments worldwide implement further restrictions and regulations on carbon emissions. While electric vehicles can certainly be a boon for your budget in terms of saving money normally spent on gas, the cost to maintain and service them can be daunting. It is therefore of vital importance to find ways of keeping your EV functioning for as long and as efficiently as possible. One way to do this is by purchasing NRS EV brake pads specifically designed to outlast and outperform traditional brake pads. By doing so, you not only reduce the cost of paying extra service fees for your electric vehicle, but also reduce the chances of needing to dole out a huge amount of money after a possible accident that can be caused by a brake failure.

Why NRS brakes work better for EV

 Electric vehicle brake pads work differently than gas powered vehicles’ brake pads. A gas powered vehicle uses brakes frequently by using hydraulic pressure to push a braking material surface against a metal rotating part. In a car with disc brakes, a bracket called a caliper squeezes two brake pad surfaces against an iron rotor. Hybrid and electric cars use their electric motor to slow the vehicle in a process known as regenerative braking resulting in less frequent use of electric vehicles’ such as tesla brake pads. This can cause moisture buildup, corrosion, and premature brake failure in brake pads not designed to last without constant use.

NRS brake pads use a fully galvanized backing. The galvanization process involves plating the backing with a layer of zinc, which is naturally corrosion resistant . Also, because  galvanization is a chemical process, the zinc plating won’t chip or peel. This built-in durability extends the life of NRS brake pads well beyond traditional brakes

NRS brake pads are the world’s longest lasting brake pad for a reason. We use galvanized steel construction and premium friction materials, making sure you have the same stopping power throughout the life of the entire brake pad. NRS Brakes also uses a patented NRSTM mechanical attachment technology ensuring the friction material never delaminates from the backing plate, giving you more secure, safer stops.

Make the wise choice

It is estimated that over 20% of auto accidents are the result of brake failure according to the data from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration. While many drivers of electric vehicles may be unaware of the need to opt for brake pads that meet their EV’s needs, the NRS brake pad is the clear winner when it comes to increasing the lifespan of one’s electric vehicle and ensuring the safety of you and your passengers. Check out our website to learn more and find out how you can get your own today.