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johny

Snow? - Test that ABS !!!

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Great - got a bit of snow here this morning so I thought time to test the ABS. Found a car-park, went up to about 15mph and braked. ABS worked perfect!!

Nice and easy way of testing it out methinks!

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Guest Ben77

The only way I can test my ABS is to use my foot to simulate.....LOL.

;););)

PS: Has anyone tried doing donuts on FWD in the snow just for fun? Let me know if it's successful.

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snow? snow? wots that then all we have here is perfect blue skies n sunshine just spent 3 hours sorting the car out. i must of had over 35 cd's in there, stashed in various places.(i even found my palm pilot which i lost about 3 months ago doh!!!) noticed a couple of small surface scratches and scratch x'ed em out and she is now looking spanky....

oh well spose snow will come now and ruim it all X|

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Guest steve-j

I remember reading ages ago that Audi used to allow you to turn off ABS in their cars specifically so that you could disable the ABS when it snowed because ABS increases stopping distances in fresh snow as the on-off braking stops a build up of snow in front of the tyres which actually helps braking - not if there's black ice underneath though!

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