Hello all! I am hoping to get some feedback / advise from you on following situation: When I took my 2006 325 last July to BMW for service, I asked them to check if the brake pads needed replacement. The car had almost ran out of warranty and had almost 50K miles at that time, so I wanted to check if brakes could be replaced under warranty, especially since brakes were acting little weird. BMW dealer performed inspection, and service advisor told me brakes were fine, the inspection report had check mark in green box for both front and rear - which means, at least 8mm left. Couple weeks ago, I went in for oil change (~about 55K miles), and the dealer told me that my front brake pads need to be replaced (and possibly rotors too). I asked how did my brakes went from 8mm+ according to reports to the point they have to be replaced in only 5K. The SA kept saying that they go by key read, and last time it showed that brakes still some miles left. Also, according to dealer's records, when the car had 39K miles, they measured the brakes, and they were at 8mm front and 6mm rear. Does something not add up in this story? If original brake pads have 12mm, at 39K the car had 8mm front - that's 9,750 miles/mm. But then it went from 8mm to just 3 in only ~11K - that's 2,200 miles/mm. At 49K dealer "inspected" the car, and marked off on inspection report that all brakes were at least 8mm. But 5K later brakes are worn out. After I left the dealer, brake light came on same day. My impression is that the dealer did not want to change the brakes under warranty, and now is trying to charge me for something that could have been done while car was still under warranty. Am I mistaken? *** This was also posted on another BMW forum (this one has more accurate numbers since I was able to locate some service records). I just joined BMW CCA and figured I might post it here as well.