If your pads are down to metal or near it, I'ld park it until you get paid to fix it. Regardless of how "light" you apply them they still rotate so many times per feet and you're literally driving grinders not brakes. The excess heat affects: bearings, wheel seals, brake lines, calipers & brake fluid... and if it gets REALLY HOT you're risking alot more - like safety. It's a little hassle to avoid major problems.
^^ that wouldn't cause metal to metal contact. Rotors are printed with a min. thickness on them and shops who do brake jobs will use a micrometer to check the thickness before and after they turn them.
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thx guys. yeah i checked the rotors and those are all good not warped or nething because im experiencing no shaking or shimmying when i come to a stop. the prob is pads which is an easy fix i will be doing tomorrow.