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Here iss Tips and Tricks to Perform Emergency Braking System

Posting Date: 27 January 2016

When there is a rider passing on the highway, they will not know what will happen in the journey. A rider must have awareness and anticipation to minimize any possibility of that happening, and concentration when he/she is riding becomes very necessary.
The brake can not be done arbitrarily or at will even in a state of shock and panic. If a rider does not know how good braking, then chances are the greatest or the worst could happen. Moreover, if the brake is pressed by the rider down fully to 100 percent, then the vehicle will feel difficult to control because of the disappearance of the grip of the tires through the road. It is very common when the rider is experiencing a sense of panic. Panic will bring the rider to press brakes with perfect or 100 percent. So, the traction tires on the road will be locked, and the vehicle may actually butting anything in front of him. This problem often occurs in a vehicle that does not have the features ABS, or Anti-lock braking system.
Then, how to do a good braking so that it can be done by the rider that the vehicle has not features Anti-lock Braking System (ABS) as well as the rider with the other vehicle? Well, this article will try to give you the right tips and tricks that transform and braking when a state of panic, he tips and tricks braking in an emergency.

Threshold Braking

This one technique commonly called a floating braking techniques by a professional rider, why? as the name implies, this technique uses the pressure that is not 100 percent, but 90 percent. It will make the tire can still grip the road surface, so that the rider does not lose the wheel to set the direction of the vehicle.
For four-wheeled vehicles, the technique can be done by changing the angle of the feet of the rider. If braking 100 percent of your foot on the brake pedal fully, for this technique riders can put pressure on a half feet with the heel of the rider is still resting on the floor and other parts that stimulate or depress the brake pedal.

Cadance or Pulse Braking

Some modern vehicles today already applying braking tekink like this on their vehicle, namely by pumping braking from 100 percent to 0 percent, and repeated so on in accordance with kebutuhn and circumstances. This can avoid collisions on an object in front of him because the rider can still adjust the vehicle control with stop 100 percent.

In addition both the admin braking techniques described above, a pngendara also still have to have an instinct or instinct in the riding, speed and able to keep a distance from objects in front of them should be secured at a distance of not less than 3 seconds.