Braking is a basic technique that many drivers must know, braking has become much easier and safer with a wide range of brake assist technologies today, especially since anti-lock assist technology. ABS hard brake was born.

Braking and stopping techniques with ABS

Press the brake down firmly and smoothly. If the vehicle has ABS brakes, you will feel the brake pedal vibrate violently. Don't be afraid of this, it's just the brake system's response that signals the car owner that the ABS is working. For vehicles with ABS brakes, simply press down as hard and fast as you can, then release completely to ensure that the wheel does not lock. When the vehicle's speed has gradually decreased, you release the brake slowly but keep your foot on the brake for maximum effect.

Do not brake and change direction suddenly.

Turning gently while braking helps you avoid a collision. However, never steer or jerk the steering wheel, as this can cause the vehicle to lose control.

Do not use the engine to stop the vehicle

The design of the gearbox is intended to increase the speed of the vehicle, not to brake the vehicle, and this is not a part of the braking system. If you are traveling on a truck and a trailer this is different, they are equipped with air brakes and engine brakes for a reason unrelated to the car. However, you should use the engine brake to maintain or slow down when going downhill.

Focus on the path, not on the things you want to avoid

Because drivers are often afraid and pay much attention to the things they want to avoid without focusing on the road and make it difficult for the driver to observe the situation ahead or unexpected incidents, so the paying attention to the road ahead is the most important thing.    

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