Actually, just the rear driver's side. I first noticed it a couple of weeks ago when my gas mileage went down slightly. I tested my theory by sitting on an incline and putting it in neutral and letting go of the brakes and it did not roll. Also, I tried to parallel park and decided I was not going to hit the brakes to see if it would stop on its own and it did. Then, I confirmed that it's my e-brake when I noticed a few days later that there is a significant amount of reddish brake dust collecting on just the driver's side rear wheel when compared to the rest. Has anyone ever had this happen? Was it a simple fix? I'm trying to avoid spending more money. I'm no car guy by any means, but I do know a little bit and I tend to do some research if I notice something going less than ideal. Since I haven't found anything about this new problem I'm having, I figured I'll just ask.