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Anti Lock Braking System: Advantages and disadvantages

Advantages and disadvantages of Anti Lock Braking System

Advantages of Anti Lock Braking System:

  1. An anti-lock braking system (ABS) is a vehicle stability control system that provides improved traction and stability by using the anti-skid brake components to enhance the locking action of the rear brakes.
  2. It takes less effort to stop the vehicle.
  3. It reduces the distance traveled after the brakes are applied.
  4. It improves traction between the front and rear tires for better handling It prevents front wheel lockup during turns It also makes it easier for drivers to maintain steering control at higher speeds.
  5. ABD gives you more control over your vehicle's direction and reduces skidding.
  6. It improves steering response.
  7. ABS is a More efficient brake.
  8. Stopping distance is greatly reduced.
  9. It Increases braking effectiveness.
  10. ABS is that it reduces skidding on wet roads and improves handling by reducing wheel spin under braking.
  11. As stated above anti-lock braking system helps drivers avoid accidents by reducing or stopping friction when you apply brakes too hard causing wheels to lock up, thus preventing accidents from occurring such as sudden jerks, skids, and collisions with other objects.

Disadvantages of Anti Lock Braking System:

  1. It is expensive.
  2. It requires regular maintenance such as changing the oil, replacing fluids, etc.
  3. It required a skilled person to repair due to the complex assembly.

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