The role of an anti-lock braking system (ABS) is to ensure the wheels don’t lock when brakes are applied. Most modern cars are designed with an anti-lock braking system as an added safety measure.
ABS ensures the driver has control over the vehicle’s steering – so anytime you apply the brakes the ABS prevents the wheels from locking thereby preventing the car from skidding. If there is any kind of issue or damage to the ABS, the ABS warning light on your dashboard will start flashing.
If your dashboard lights up with the ABS warning light then it