“ABS” brakes stands for “anti-lock braking system,” and it’s one of the greatest things to come along in automobiles because it will help you stop your car safely, smoothly.
In the past, if you wanted to stop quickly without spinning out of control, you had to pump the brakes. ABS does that for you.
If you want to stop quickly, just smash your foot on the brake pedal and hold it down.
You’ll feel a slight vibration, but the ABS will pump the brakes by itself and bring the car to a complete, safe stop without swerving out of control.
Most newer cars have ABS or anti-lock brakes; not all new cars have ABS or anti-lock brakes.
If you have that option available to you when you buy your new car, you should have ABS added because anti-lock brakes is a great safety feature on all cars.