First off, no I don't have any idea how it happened. My only guess is that the car sat out at the dealership for a while after being repaired without being driven and it could have happened then. Also, I admittedly don't know much about the mechanics of the car but I am very interested in learning so that's why I'm asking about it. I walked outside today and noticed that one of the brakes rotors had turned orange, so I took a closer look and sure enough it had rust on the surface, along with all three other rotors. My question is is there any way to fix this without having to buy new rotors or do I just need to take it into the dealership and get them replaced? I'm particularly worried about it because for the last few days my dad says the brakes have been making what he described as a "scraping" noise. I haven't driven it much since he told me about it but when I drive it I don't hear anything. My dad has said that we shouldn't drive the car until we can figure out what's wrong with it. Anyone who has any ideas as to what this might be would be greatly appreciated.