Anti-locking braking system (ABS) avoids brakes from locking up when suddenly applied on a slippery road. As per a study across the globe including India, ABS can reduce the risk of accidents
The government of India has made it mandatory to install anti-lock braking system (ABS) on all cars and buses by April 2019.
ABS helps prevent brakes from locking up when applied suddenly on a slippery surface. As per a study conducted around the globe including India, ABS can reduce the risk of accidents by over 20 percent on an average.
As per the notification of the road transport ministry, all new models will have to comply with the norms from April 2018 onwards.