Since I have a lot of time to play around while my car is up on the jackstands, I decided to do a front brake inspection.
I thought it might be a little overkill on a car with such low mileage but... what the hay.
There was no indication of any problems from an outside view. The face of the rotors are clean and smooth but the backside is another story.
It probably has a lot to do with the humidity living on the West (Wet) Coast.
Worthy of note - I rarely drive it in the salt or even wet roads. The salt is in the air. I think it would be worse if driven as a daily driver in winter conditions.
Because the car hasn't been driven for a month, the rotors were frozen to the calipers. I had to really put force on the tires to spin them free. Where the backside pads had frozen to the rotors, the rotors were covered with rust. Not bad enough for replacement but if I let it go any longer it would have pitted a lot deeper.
I was able to clean them up with a little bit of emery cloth.
Something you guys should be aware of.
If you're going to let the car sit for extended periods, spin the wheels frequently to minimize this type of corrosion.