My mom has a 1999 Ford Taurus wagon that goes through brake pads and rotors like I go through frozen burritos and also popcorn. And believe me, my mom isn't a speed demon. This car is driven easy. I've heard many people complain about early break failure on the Taurus, which is believed to be caused by a combination of the car's weight vs. brake size and the fact that the car doesn't like to slow down (If you take your foot off the gas petal on level grade road, it will take a full minute for the speed to go down 5 mph) Any discussion? Help?