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Driving a vehicle fitted with anti-lock brakes allows you to _____.

A steer and brake at the same time

When stopping in an emergency anti-lock brakes will help you continue to steer when braking. In poor weather conditions this may be less effective. You need to depress the clutch pedal to prevent the car stalling as most power steering systems use an engine-driven pump and will only operate when the engine is running. Look in your vehicle handbook for the correct method when stopping in an emergency.

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The benefits of ABS
ABS's benefits outweigh any of its drawbacks, assuming any exist at all. Some argue that the safety function might make it more difficult to stop on time, that ABS can increase the amount of space required to stop. And they'd be correct. When the ABS is engaged, it may take longer for your automobile to come to a stop in specific situations, such as on gravel roads. Others argue that ABS is more expensive, both at the time of purchase and during brake repair. They are also right. ABS is standard on many vehicles and available as an option on others. It does come at a cost, both in terms of purchase price and brake service.

ABS, on the other hand, will help you stop sooner most of the time (since it increases the amount of friction utilised to convert your vehicle's kinetic energy to thermal energy for stopping power). In terms of cost, not only are the brakes the most essential safety system on your automobile and need the greatest maintenance, but the ABS is also an important feature. The security provided by such a safety measure is well worth the investment. In any case, the biggest strength of ABS is not its capacity to stop you faster, but rather its ability to allow you to maintain control of your steering.

So, in a nutshell, what are the benefits?

- ABS assists you in stopping sooner when you panic brake in a variety of driving situations.

- ABS helps you to keep steering control of your car even when stopping distances are increased.

- When your vehicle(s) are equipped with ABS, many insurance providers offer premium discounts.

- The resale value of a car increases when ABS is installed.

- You have the assurance that your vehicle is fitted with an advanced safety system that, at the very least, allows you to steer successfully even during hard braking.

What steps must you take in order to use your ABS?  You don't need to do anything special, just like you didn't need to be shown how to run on a slippery floor (though your mother did warn you to stop). The system is running in the background, waiting for you to abruptly brake. You will notice a slight vibration in the brake pedal as well as a snarling or buzzing sound. That is typical. What you want to avoid is manually depressing the brake pedal, as some drivers did in the past when most automobiles had ABS. Simply push the pedal firmly and let the system take care of the rest.


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Kelly Parry

1 year ago

I've only given this a 3star rating at the moment as I've only just started to use the app so am only at stage 1 off questions, what I've done so far I'm very pleased with, straight forward multiple choice questions made understanding questions easy to answer ,not sluggish in anyway app runs perfectly at present

Waqas Shahid

1 year ago

Recently i passed Theory test just by relying on this app. I will recommend this for the only MCqs . Got 45/50. But, there is no single clip of hazard perception in this app. I would suggest that programmer shoyld add clips for the candidates benefits. 4/5*

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