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Locked wheel skids are usually caused by


If you brake hard at a high speed, the force of the brakes may exceed the force of friction of the tires on the road surface. The wheels will lock and the vehicle will skid, no matter which way the steering wheel is turned. Take your foot off the brake to unlock the wheels. Then straighten the front wheels as the vehicle begins to straighten out. Slow the vehicle gradually until you are at a safe speed to continue driving.