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Question:

What does Anti-lock braking system (ABS) do?

A ABS prevents the wheels from locking under harsh braking conditions.
Explaination

Anti-lock braking system (ABS) is a type of braking system found in most modern cars. It comes into play automatically when the driver brakes harshly. In the wet it can help prevent the wheels from skidding so that, if necessary, the driver can continue to steer while braking. Be aware that ABS does not reduce the braking distance.