Hydraulic Brake - Cloze Test 1
1. For a modern car, the braking distance from 100 km/h on a slippery road should be between 0 and 0 m.
2. In addition to the function of the braking system, the contact between and especially important.
3. The larger the area, the larger
the braking effect.
4. A larger contact area of the tyre on the road surface can be achieved by more tyre width or a greater .
5. The hydraulic brake becomes part of the drive when it operates as an electronic with limited slip.
6. Braking means to reduce the of the wheels in any way.
7. The manually operated brake is usually designated as brake.
8. This type of braking does not necessarily always have to be connected with the axis.
9. However, in contrast to this, the foot brake always acts on wheels.
10. Braking is physically represented by between two components.
11. The opposite side of the brake pads is usually represented by iron.
12. The foot brake and also the parking brake can be assigned as a by - and also an operated brake.
13. The latter was for a long time exclusively represented by cables or linkage operated.
14. In recent times, an actuation is provided.
15. On the other hand, the foot brake remains .
16. In addition to low friction during power transmission, more power can be applied to the wheel brake by a higher .
17. In winter, four-wheel drive has the disadvantage of being able to the driver over a possibly critical road condition.
18. Such vehicles brake better than those with only two driven wheels.
19. When working on the braking system, an additional is oppressing the executor
20. The profession of a fitter requires similar responsibility.