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5 August, 11:15

This traction loss occurs in the rear wheels of a vehicle. a) Braking-induced traction loss b) Acceleration-induced traction loss c) Front wheel traction loss (skid) d) Rear wheel traction loss (skid) e) Driver-induced skids

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  1. 5 August, 12:42
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    Braking-induced traction loss occurs in the rear wheels of a vehicle.

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    The extent to which the tires or wheels of a vehicle can have grip on the surface of the road is refereed to as traction. When a vehicle moves at a faster rate or at high speed, loss of traction can happen. During the times of rainy season going at high speed on road or road corners makes vehicles to lose grips.

    Traction loss can happen when any of the things like over acceleration, applying over break, riding too fast or making the vehicles to turn too sharply. While riding a vehicle, when brakes are applied at a very harder rate, the tires of front and backside of the vehicle can get arrested. Thus the traction loss called Braking-induced traction loss occurs.
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