What should my immediate response be if my tire blows out on the highway?


First of all- don't panic! 1) Keep constant gas. 2) Hold stearing wheel by both hands and correct for drive inside your lane. 3) Slowdown firmly. Avoid harsh braking! Check tires before drive!!! Embed Quote
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they're so heavy that it takes the brakes some time to dissipate all that moving energy.
From your description, I'd say to have the front pads replaced. As normal, check rotors for any damage. Your brakes are supposed to make a noise when they are getting worn. :)
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