An anti-lock braking system, or ABS for short, is a system in the car designed to prevent brakes from locking up.

How it worksEdit

It works by delegating how much braking pressure to each pad, electronically sizing up and ajusting for potential lockup. It's a good system for amateur drivers; however, more advanced ones may find it faster to forego the system and learn the track on their own.

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