Is it better to brake harder or longer?

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  • Adriatie Mira Fuad
    Though brakes are designed to withstand several tens of thousands of severe brake applications at a high temperature without causing damage to the brake system, it is preferable to avoid severe/sudden braking, as it subjects the brake system components to higher stresses and temperatures.
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    Disc brakes are always better than drum brakes and can deliver excellent braking performance. The disc brakes might cost you a premium, but the kind of braking performance you get is worth the money. We recommend you to go for bikes with disc brakes and ABS as it will protect you during panic braking situations.30 ene 2019
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    The short answer is you should brake more softly compared to quickly hitting the brakes hard. When you hit your brakes hard it can wear down your rotors and warp them which costs money to fix. Braking hard also can wear out the other parts of your car like the bearings, springs, and much more.
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    Generally speaking, anti-lock brakes are quite advantageous. They provide the driver with more stability and prevent the car from spinning out of control, in particular on wet or slippery surfaces. As far as modern vehicle safety features go, anti-lock braking systems (ABS) are among the most essential.22 ago 2018
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    When changing lanes, the most important thing is to wait until there is a clear gap in the traffic. Then move safely and smoothly into the center of the desired lane, while maintaining your space in the flow of traffic so that no other vehicle is forced to slow down, speed up, or change lanes to avoid collision.
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    You need to quickly and firmly squeeze on the brakes, but don't stab as that might lock the wheels. Increase brake pressure rapidly, but if the wheels lock then you must instantly relax the brake pressure a fraction, then reapply. Do not jump off the brakes, it's just a fractional easing, and then instantly reapply.25 mar 2015