Wait a minute Max, if the calipers are getting stuck that's not a good thing. You need to check for that. Drive the car around and use the brakes, then check the rims for heat. Feel the left right and then feel the right rim. Are they the same temperature or one is hotter than the other? If you sense what one is hotter, then that caliper is getting stuck and needs to be addressed.
Also visually inspect your pads, they should be the same thickness. It the issue is recent, they may very well be and that may not tell you much, if the issue has been going on for a while, it may show a difference.
Also beware that if the issue is extreme, that's how you can have a tire blowout on the highway. The rim gets so hot with speed that the tire explodes, and you can pull over with being startled to say the least, or crash in the worst case, so be careful and make sure they are not getting stuck.