• Q. What is the fullform of ABS? is necessary for new bike - SZ-RR?

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    Praveen | 2 years ago

    ABS is the short form of Anti-lock Braking System. It essentially slows down the motorcycle without locking up the wheels while braking hard. There are wheel-speed sensors which detect wheel lock, and control unit pulsates the caliper pressure instead of simply letting it hold the disc brake. We feel ABS is necessary in any motorcycle as it's a safety feature which considerably improves braking, especially on wet roads. Moreover, Indian roads are full of uncertainties, and panic braking can happen at any time. ABS is a lifesaver in such situations.

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    Dr | 1 year ago

    ABS stands for Anti Lock breaking system.It prevents the bike from sitting while panic breaking.. And it is mandatory from June 2019

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    GAURAV | 1 year ago

    Anti lock breaking system, but no for Sz rr

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