The Honda Civic's safety features include Anti-lock Braking System
(ABS) with Electronic Brake-force Distribution (EBD).
It also features an Anti-lock braking system
and two SRS Airbags along with a wide range of safety features.
At the same time, models of minibuses up to 2016 are required to comply with the Gulf specifications and should be fitted with the anti-lock braking system
(ABS) and have 30-centimetre-width for passenger seats.
As the name implies, Anti-Lock Braking System
is a safety system installed in vehicles to aid the driver in maintaining the steering control of their vehicle and also prevent the wheels from locking up.
Key Findings of Anti-lock Braking System
This can be rectified by easing off the brake or accelerator and steering in the direction of the skid but when a car has an anti-lock braking system
- and all new cars have - apply the foot brake firmly and quickly and do not reduce pressure until the vehicle has slowed.
It delivers 178hp while satisfying Ultra Low Emissions Vehicle (ULEV) standards.The Sonata's power is channelled through a choice of a 6-speed automatic or manual transmission with SHIFTRONIC, which offers the ease of automatic maneuvering or the fun of manual shifting.The Sonata 2014 comes with an array of modern safety technologies that include 4-wheel anti-lock Braking System
brakes, six airbags, a Traction Control System (TCS), Electronic Stability Control, Brake Assist and Electronic Brake-force Distribution.For details, visit the First Motors showroom in Ma'ameer or call 17121121.
The New Holland ABS SuperSteerTM, available on New Holland T7 Series tractors, is the first use of an anti-lock braking system
on a conventional tractor.
Toyota said the problem related to "inconsistent brake feel" during slow and steady brakingonbumpyroadsurfaces when the anti-lock braking system
The new Meritor WABCO Hydraulic Power Brake (HPB), which is the next generation of the company's hydraulic actuation and Anti-lock Braking System
(ABS), provides full-power braking performance functions and Electronic Brake Force Distribution (EBD).
The latest findings show that one in five (20 per cent) motorists can't correctly identify any of the most common motoring abbreviations - almost half (49 per cent) find FSH (full service history) meaningless and 24 per cent fail to identify the true meaning of ABS (anti-lock braking system