American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- adj. Of or being a motor vehicle braking system that electronically monitors and adjusts individual wheel speeds during braking to prevent the wheels from locking.
- adj. alternative spelling of anti-lock.
“Electronics have led to some of the biggest safety breakthroughs in vehicles, such as antilock brakes and stability control.”
“They include specialty tests such as antilock brake and accident-avoidance evaluations, real-world fuel-economy measurements, and ride-comfort evaluations.”
“Consumers shopping for a new vehicle should become familiar with the latest safety systems and seek models equipped with proven features, such as antilock brakes, side - and curtain air bags, and stability control.”
“Consumers shopping for a new vehicle should become familiar with the latest safety systems and seek models equipped with proven features, such as antilock brakes, side- and curtain air bags, and stability control.”
“When buying a new or used car, we encourage consumers to look for these enhanced features, as well as other key safety equipment, such as antilock brakes, electronic stability control, and side and side-curtain airbags.”
“Some car equipment, such as antilock brakes, air bags or motorized seat belts can actually provide savings through equipment discounts.”
“TI's ARM processor-based TMS470 MCU, for example, is used in the majority of automotive safety systems around the world such as antilock braking systems, electronic stability control systems and airbag electronics, while TI's leading digital signal processors (DSP) offer innovative solutions for infotainment, navigation, and vision - and radar-based driver assist systems.”
“The redesigned 2010 Toyota Prius, hurt by antilock brake problems on early vehicles, scored only average.”
“It starts with a well-maintained car equipped with antilock brakes and stability control, two proven systems that can save lives by keeping the car under control and on the road.”
“Manufacturers, at the urging of federal safety officials, are moving to make antilock brakes available on more models.”
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