FLAT ROCK, MI – Brake suppliers learned the hard way that U.S. motorists – and even car salespeople – are not overly interested in the technical details supporting antilock brake systems. Although ABS is installed on 55% of domestic cars and 89% of domestic light trucks in the U.S. (according to Ward’s data), an alarming number of consumers still think they need to pump their brakes in a panic stop, rather than applying steady pressure and allowing ABS to do its job. Dealer salespeople ...
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