I have a 2018 Nissan GT-R Track. A great car except for the brakes. Oh they work very well. That is not the problem. However, when I put the car away with wet brakes, the calipers glue themselves to the rotters. I don't understand why a car would be built like that. I don't ever use the park-brake. I let the car idle for up to 30 seconds before shutting it off. I read in the user manual that I should trail-brake prior to parking but don't always remember to do that. Besides replacing pads and rotters, what else can be done?
thanks for any advice you might give, Oly Wa