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What is use of ABS?Does it really required on city road?
By Ravi 06 June 2010

ABS stands for Anti lock Braking System.
Its avery useful feature as it prevents your cars tyre's from locking up nad eventually skidding off during emergency / panic braking at speed.

The Brake pads gets pulses from mastercylinder and under severe braking the pads gets in contact with the Disk on pulses thus avoid locking.
ABS improves the Efficiency of braking system of car and same models with ABS will stop in shorted distance rather the one with out ABS.

With the kind of High speeds cars of this day are capable of its very important active safety feature.

you can brake with full force and stand on the brakes late the car will not lock up or change direction

You can keep steering under your control with an ABS as the wheels dont lock up.

Though an expensive add on to your car it is defenitely worth the extra cost.

Answer by Jalaj 06 June 2010

am gooing to book Tata Vista safire + 1.2 euro IV, is there any chance of misleading delivery to give me euro III...instead of really worried ,kindly help me to know that my booked car is as per euro IV norm,

Answer by Ravi 06 June 2010
Expert`s comment:

ABS though not compulsary, adds to the safety of the car while driving at high speeds and in skiddy road conditions.

Answer by Shiva Shankar 06 June 2010
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