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Title: Friction

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Subject: Science
Author: Michael M
Date: February 12, 2016
Level: University
Grade: B
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When the resistance related to the tires on the car against the road, it is called traction. The traction points on your car are where the rubber on your tire touches the road's surface. There are three main traction purposes: putting your vehicle in motion, stopping your vehicle, and changing the direction of your vehicle...

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When you are driving, you should avoid decreasing the available traction. When you are braking in a straight line, you may use all the available traction for braking. If you are braking and steer or, accelerate and steer, you reduce the available traction. As soon as the traction requirement becomes greater than the amount available, your vehicle will start to skid...

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