Originally Posted by gpb
You're doing better than a lot of native English speakers.
For what it's worth, brakes are different from breaks although both are nouns. Just to be even more confusing, break is also a verb that means something different from the noun of the same spelling. At least the word brake is a little more sane in that your brakes are what allow you to brake, hopefully allowing you to stop your car.
I really try but it isn't always easy...
So guys (and ladies), all those sites of tire testers, manufacturers and official safety testers are all making this up? Convince me with facts that mixing RFT and non-RFT is completly safe!
I gave you enough info saying it's not safe...