A(n) __________ occurs just before the drive tires lose traction during acceleration.
Some vehicles have enhancement to the conventional braking system called __________ system.
Using the shuffle steering technique allows the
caster effect to work for officers rather than against them.
A(n) __________ skid happens just before the tires lose traction during braking. The tires lock, causing loss of steering control and a skid.
__________ is when a vehicle's tires constantly rotate on the road surface without losing contact.
__________ system electronically monitors and controls each of the wheels during braking to keep them from locking.
__________ is looking in the desired direction of travel to avoid an obstacle and steering in that direction.
If the tires begin to spin (when accelerating), the officer will immediately __________; this stops the tires from spinning.
release the accelerator
When a driver applies a steady __________ pressure to the brake pedal, the computerized ABS automatically slows and stops the vehicle.
To stop a vehicle equipped with ABS quickly, an officer will apply the brakes __________ to engage the ABS. The officer will feel the brake pedal pulsing, which is a normal condition indicating that the vehicle is in ABS mode.
Loss of traction is the result of loss of __________, which causes loss of vehicle control as the tires skid or slide on the road surface.