Precautions for using ABS brakes are as follows: if you don't know how to use them, you can read them.
(1) During emergency braking, always keep your foot on brake pedal and do not relax. At this time, you will feel that brake pedal shakes rapidly, accompanied by a noise that is caused by impulsive operation of hydraulics. Yes, this is normal, do not release brake at this point, but continue to provide enough force for ABS to play an effective role.
(2) If ABS light is on while driving, ABS system may have failed, but this does not affect use of brakes (only when applying brake hard and locking wheels, only ABS works), but "point brake ” should be used for emergency braking. If ABS light is still on after starting car next day, you need to go to a 4S shop as soon as possible to have it checked.
(3) The real purpose of installing ABS is not to shorten braking distance, but to prevent wheel lockup and side slip. Thanks to "spot braking" function, stopping distance can be reduced on roads with better grip, but when driving on soft, gravel, snowy or uneven roads, braking distance will be longer than for vehicles without ABS. Therefore, when driving on above roads, avoid sudden braking and keep a sufficient safe distance between vehicles.
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